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Vouumh 2.    No. 160
(Municipal Elections Held
Record Sc ison at Port Arthur With
Coal Import Trade���Canada
From Ocean to Ocean.
Winnipeg,    U*-c.   10.���The    following
I,  i. .1 in All,.-nil and Has,
, a an yesterday;   Bdmonton, J.,lm
McDougallS     Macl.-..,l,   ll.   .1.   lirii-i/.
W    11,ml.-in,ui;   ltegina,  J.
h*. smith; Ksiinin, .1. C. Hastings; *Ua-
L,,,,,   ii,  a   Cook;   Bashatoon,   i.   it.
j. .,'!., ..na. Ma...1   Mil- ��.   \*. ��� I)
Wo,    i   Monoghaa;     Oxnow,    :i.   M.
, fellow Grass, I;. A. Rosa; Theo
A   E.   Hrown;   Davidson,   F.   W.
Swift   Current.  .1.   K.   Argil,-,
\, u.iiin  M. M. llieli.aeombe, Vegre
McNelll;   Wetnskinwin, J. C.
McNeill;   Welasklwin,  J.   C
Port   \   !".  Inc. 10.���Navigation  at
;      li-.w    |iracll*'iili>    il..s,-,l
on     li  lia.s l��,-.-n out' of the
us iii  iin* history or the
��� .ii-b   this   |H.ri   has   been
[i id  snd Hliiiun.-nia of fr.iglii
.ml   meet   have  ln.-r.-a_, ,1
s,-,,i,.s  of   large   American
k :  lino  here  wilh cargoes of
lul forth,    northwest.     Over  EOOJjOtl
p . k   diamonds  were  handled.
"��� -   industry  for  Tort   Arthur
llted  In placing ll..- city in
h one of the loading Shipping
i Iroal l.a��.��>s.
Deo    in.���Private   ii.s'.-il ,,f
I               barraoltn,   who   dosorCod mi
I'          r 21, has been  sentanoed io
I ... ni r-ir a year.
Rridgcburg, Dec. hi.���The Canadian
ISblpbuildini .'...iipait.' ha.,, reoonunan-
I ,!,:, after being oloaed down
I .i.i.ui   ISO  men are at  Work
iii-niH.   The other bylaw, granting ex-
J """ from taxauon to ths Medicine
Hal.  Milium  iinany, was defeated  l.y
a  narrow   margin.
Port    Francis.   Dec.   IO.���On   SnnUiiv
night tli,- International Palls postofflce
w.-ih broken Into.    The safe was forced
and ��4Hl| worth of stamns were stolen
Norih Huy. Dec. 10.���Kxcliemeiii sera
yeeterday was oansed by tb.- bold abduction of Ariluir Rotter, seven years
old.   some months sgo Mrs. Rotter u-rt
her husband owing to domestic troubles,
and cum,, here from Chicago wilh her
son. Holier followed and ... st.-rday got
ih.. boy in a nubile school, dragged htm
to the station and took train for the
north, lie was located In New Llskeard
and broughl back here, He appears before the magistrate today.
New Westminster, Dec. 10.���As a result of th.. civic elections yesterday the
New Westmlnstai council board for mon
will he th,' same as the present .ear's
With   lhe  exception  of Ald'Tlliuti Smith.
win, retired and is replaced by Mr. K. J.
Fader.   The two bcIkm.i trustees, Messrs.
Tr.ipp an,I Peebles, were also re-elected.
Calgary. Dee. 10.���Cameron waa re*
. looted mayor yesterday by s majority
of   471.      The    following   aidelinen   are
elected: Ward l. Suitor, Boomia and
Mi oil!**;   ward   2, Terrtll,  Munar.-y   anil
Robinson; ward -s, Mitchell, Hornby and
tliaves; ward 4, Watson. Stuart and
I'nrslow. There was a majority of over
1.....�� in favor of commissioners being
elected by the city.
V,-",..-ville. Dee, in. ���There was a $S!0.-
OOii lire here last night. The Alberts
hotel. Mohr & Corhett'B clothing store
and the Imperial Hank ollice were burned at 9 o'clock. The loss is partly covered by Insurance. Part of the furnish
ings of the hotetl were saved.
Winnipeg. Dec. lo.���Jus. Cndham. a
prominent contractor, died Ihis morning.
Montreal, Dec 10.���Inquiry into the
rates charged hy express companies of
the Dominion was opened this mornlUg
by the railway commission in the lead
office of the Canada III PI sea company
R��'miii of Commander of
No Settlement   ln   Sight���Owners
Will Not Treat With Western
Federation of Miners.
Volcanic  Ashe.   Used   Like   Cement for
Building   Material���Cheapest  In
the World.
Waahington.   Dec.   10.���The   Adjutant
(Sen,-nil has received the following relative to ihe situation iii Goldfleld,  N,
va.ia. from Coi. Reynolds, commanding
the Hoops now in thai mining camp, un
der date of yesterday:
"On arrival here found the district
orderly. Except for those mines not in
op. ration, business and other conditions
are normal. No disturbances worthy
of notice have occurred since. Several
authorities here have been consulted
They state Ihey are not being Interfered
with in their functions. I have not as
suined control except to ask them lo in-
iorm me frequently of tho state of affairs. A general better feeling prevails
from the presence of the troops. The
differences between the mine operators
and tlie miners have not heen settled.
The operators are going to open their
mines this week. When this occurs, I
fear there  will  be trouble."
they recently made In which the Hell
oompany surrendered tho local business
at Marion In return for a surrender to
It of all the long distance business in
and out of Marion. The complainants
point out that If this can be done at
Marlon, it can be done everywhere, and
that, if the Hell Interests ln thiB way
cut them out of a dozen principal cltleB
In the state, It will cripple and ultimately kill the Independent telephone Interests.
London,    Dec     10.���Mar.     Rogers,
I .ears   old,   while  operating   a
laklvlng machine at Fit/geiuM Sho.
��� factor) yesterday had her hair oaughl
I ai,.i before asslstanoe arrived, a pleas
1 Mi. r  acalp  six.incl.es  long,   was   loin
I from her head.    Unless complications
���el m  she   will   recover.
London,  Dec   10.���Segeanl     Baltoi.
[Condory, Tt years old, Ib dead.   He en*
1 ������'��� i when he was 17 years old snd baa
lamed In .very war of not*) s.u. ��� lhal
,,';.    ii.- received two medals for the
������   war.   one   for   Hi,-   Northwest
rebellion and a special medal fr>m lhe
it long and meritorious service
He served  lu   the   British  army  for 21
"    ..".I  lor  ihe  post  twenty  years
n :. clerk  in London   Mili.si.
Cobalt,  Dec.   hi.���A  Pole,  nam'I   Da
'".ii. had ills entire bead blown ..if b;
���   in  NIplsBlug mine  yesi ���  laj
Iho poll.,, have founded up a gang
"��� Ihleves who have been robbing
Mnlng mul railway construction camps
All ���*. i,. senlenced from one to Ilv,
months imprisonment.
I*.ii.n.i Dec lo.���One of ibe oldest
and best known nnd respected citizens
"'   Kenora,   l.y   name   Molhew   Hrown
''"'i  in   Lethbrldge   hospital   Monday
fwentj years ago he Willi olliers slnrt
"I Hie Koss Hull and Brown Milling
'""iliiny afterwards  becoming  the Hal
Portage Lumber Company in which in
"as ..no of ih,. largest shareholders as
���sll us being a d*teotor.
s<- Catharines, Dec. io.--R.-v. it. B
MaeSDonald, pastor of Baynea Avenui
Presbyterian church,    and    brother of
ltov- J. A. MncDonald, editor or th,
Toronto Globe, WM seized with a parn
Wo stroke last night while getting
iv lo all.uul a leeiuri' liv bis sun. In
1   MaoDonald, of ibis  city.    The
loft  side Is paralyzed though be
ins.-i. us.   Ke Is 5S years of age.
Medicine Hat, Doc. 10.���Of Ihe three
1,1  '-IW       Which    were    sill,llliM,-ll    lo    lb,-
'���"''Payers yesterday two were carried,
{"���'ling rm- ii���. issue of bonds fur |6,50o
'"' Hi. Construction of a spur line f..i
"'"inifiielurlng Kites, and for Jln.ilOO foi
mc construction    of    granolithic pave*
Tokio. l>ec. 10.���The Kyushu Kazan
bai (volcanic ashesi company, which
is composed of prominent business men
ol   Nagasaki, ls conducting  a very successful  business.    Ii   has  b.-en  decided
to construct a factory near Yoblko, and
about 1......... tsubo 18 acres! of land was
recently acquired by the company for
the purpose. Tno Saga-ken authorities
have been applied to for permission
to Construct a light railway between
Uchlage, where the tlrst factory Ib sit-
uai.d. an.l Yobiko, a small port from
whence ths product of both factories
could be shipped. When these undertakings are completed, the annual output is estimated at Too.ooo bales,
Ai present tha ashes, which are used
as a substitute for cement are supplied
to Hu* Mlstsu llishl und Kawasaki dock-
van's, the Sasebo naval yard, and the
Wukotunslu Iron foundry. Quantities
have also been exported to Korea, North
China. Shanghai und Formosa, and the
demand is rapidly increasing. Forty
thousand bales were recently supplied
to the Sasebo naval authorities, and a
contract lias been made for the supply
of $0,000 bales to be used In the harbor
Works al Kclung. The ashes are much
cheaper than cement an.l almost as of-
i.i-ilve; sometimes the ashes and ce-
stent in.- used together nu>st edvan-
lageuiisly. The company paid n dividend ol '���> per cent, for Ihe (list hall
year on a capital of SSiiO.ihri yen (*!��!'.
Election   Day   in   Boston.
Boston, Dec 10.���Unusual interest in
the coniest broughl oul a heavy vote
in tin- municipal elections in Boston
today, according "> early  reports from
lhe   several   wards.     A   mayor,  council-
men, members oi the school committee
and several minor officials will be elected. Mayor John P, Fitzgerald, who
was nominated by the Democrats for a
second term. Is opposed hy I'ost master
George a Hlbbard, the Republican
nominee, and John A. Coulthurst, the
.andldate ol the Independence League
The    alleged    extravagance  of   Mayor
iizg.niid's administration    has
the chief Issue of tin- campaign,
Goldfleld. Dec. 10.���Conservative men,
not coniucted with either tho owners or
the miners' organizations, are of the
opinion thut a settlement may be effected, and. If not, an attempt will be made
to organize a new union to be affiliated
with the American Federation of Millers
with which the mine owners have already intimated they would enter Into
an agreement,
E. R. Phair came In from Spokane
last  night.
J. A. Whittier, wife and child, arrived
fiom Sandon last night.
Dr. and Mrs. Brouse an.l their son, of
New Denver, are at the Strathcona.
J. D. Ilonsberger arrived from Grand
Forks last night and is at the Queens.
Olcott Payne, manager of the Hewitt
mine, returned to the city yesterday.
Fred A.lie, dlslrlct fruit pest Inspector, arrived  from  Wat.eta thlH  morning.
J. P. Vroom, customs collector at
Waneta. arrived In the city this morning.
O. II. N. Wllkle. surveyor, came down
from Trout Lake yesterday and is at
the Hume.
A. 11. MacNelll, K. C, came over from
Rossland (his morning and is at tlie
MIsb L. P. Mlltonberger arrived yesterday from St. I-ouia and is at the
G. O. lluchanan is In the city today,
ilia duties as lead bounty commissioner
are revived by the decline in the price
of metals.
Mrs. Deer, wife of Archdeacon Beer of
Kaslo, is steadily recovering but will
probsi-ly remain at the Home hospital
for several days.
Dr. J. Harry Hamilton is ln the city-
after spending a month's leave in Ontario. He will spend a week at home
before returning to Revelstoke.
Horrible Scenes  in Wrecked Coal  Mine
���Many  Bodies Unrecognizable
Hurried  Funerals.
Deputation Asks Laurier
for Improvements
Also Want Business Men on Railway Commission���Thirteenth
Death From the Commons.
Oitawa, Dec. 10.���Laurier has promts
ed consideration to the request of a
ilfputation representing the Toronto
board of trade who asked for the appointment of two business men as rail
way commissioners and that the fortnightly .steamship service between Canada and the West Indies will be made
weekly, in order that Canada may be
abie to inciease her import trade.
Ottawa. Dec. 10.���The death of Gunn,
member for South Huron, makes the
thirteenth death in the commons since
the general elections of 1904, six Conservatives and seven Liberals.
Republican  Party Celebrates Victory ,at
iR K. luici
Prloes *f MiUt_.
n.-w  Y.��rk,  nee.  10.���Silver, f>BHc;
runner   L9*V_0.;   lend, $4.75.
,',���..,.,*. Dec. 10,~SHver. 25%d.; lead,
Ul, lliH-. ������<������
Opening   Copper   Quotations.
NVw   York,  Dec.   10.
(l.y MeD-'rmld & Mrllanly.)
Asked Hid
rrnnbv       $sr,.oo      176.00
Dominion   Copper.*..    \*i%      J-Ig
B.   C   Copier     4.25 4.00
Frankfurt. Ky., Dec. 10.���-The inauguration today of Governor Augustus K
Wilson was made a gala occasion for
Kentucky Republicans. By an interesting coincidence it happened to be the
twelfth anniversary of the Inauguration
of William 0. Bradley, the first Republican governor of the Commonwealth.
It was the wish of the new executive
that his induction into office should not
06 made the occasion for any unnecessary display. But while the Inauguration ceremony itself was of a simple
character, the enthusiasm of the Republicans was not to be suppressed.
Hundreds of visitors were In the city,
including many political clubs. The entire city, state buildings, business houses
and residences were profusely decor
ated, and the little hill-crowned capital
never presented a brighter appearance.
Judicial and state officials, state officials-elect, committees and prominent
citizens participated in the exercises
The oath of office was administered by
the chief justice of the Kentucky sn
prtme court on a high stand erected
directly in front of the state capitol
Governor Beckham and his successoi
In offlce were both given hearty ova
linns. The scene which followed the ap
pearance of the new executive at the
front of the stand, in view of thousands.
was one long to be remembered.   Stand*
tug with his head bared, ln-neath the
American Hag. with his right band up
lifted and his left resting on .the Bible.
.Bulge Wilson reneated the words which
made him the chief executive of Kentucky.
Ex-President's Son and Actress.
Paris, Dec. 10.���The Matin this morn
lug announces the engagement of the
well known actress Mile. Lasargy and
Claude Perrler, son of tho late President. 	
Telephone Interests at War.
Columbus, O., Dec. 10.���A legal death
struggle b'-tween the Bell Interests and
the Independent telephone companies in
Ohio was begun today, when Attorney
General Kills took up for hearing th<
complaint made against the Bell Interests, known as the Central Union
Telephone Company and the Marlon Independent Telephone Company.
The complaint which wns filed at the
Attorneys for the independent interf-sts.
alleges that the two companies
complained nf are violating both
the general telephone law and the Valentine  anti-trust  act  tn an  agreement
Death of Frank Elvery.
The death occurred In the Home hospital this morning at 6 o'clock of Prank
A. Eivery. The deceased and his
brother, D. C. Elvery, were well known
and esteemed In Nelson. Frank has
been in the employ of the Dominion Express company. A little over a week
ago he contracted typhoid fever, and although everything possible was done for
him the attack was fatal. He was 2S
years of age. The funeral will take place
Thursday afternoon from St. Saviour's
The members of the Churchman's club
will attend in a body.
have occurred had the law been properly observed. He estimates the loss to
tin- province through small pox In that
respect at $2,000,000.
To Tent Battleship Idaho.
Washington, Quo. 10.���The results of
the trial trip of the Idaho, which is to
take place tomorrow off Delaware Breakwater, are awaited with much interest
at the Navy department, where the new
battleship is regarded as one of the
finest fighting machines afloat. The
Idaho Is of 13,000 tons displacement
and is expected to make seventeen
knots. She will carry four 12-
inch and eight 8-inch breechload-
tng riflfs in turrets and eight 7-inch
hteechloadlng rifles in broadsides, besides a strong secondary battery. She
is a sister ship of tlie .Mississippi, also
to have her trial at an early date. Both
vessels were constructed at the Cramp
yards In  Philadelphia.
Monongahela. Dec. 10.���The l.odics
brought from the mines six and eight at
the Falrmount Coal company, where
probably more than four hundred miners were killed by an explosion last Friday night, have been carried into the
morgue at short intervals. Today dawned
with bright prospects for bringing to
the surface a majority of those still in
the workings.
The terrible conditions that have prevailed here since the explosion were
made worse last night when rain began
falling early in the evening, and continued throughout the night, making
deep mud through which the workers
and anxious watchers could make their
way ottly with great difficulty. The uncomfortable footing and the steady down
pour of rain finally proved too much for
them and they sought their desolate
homes. Thereafter the work of bring
ing out the bodies progressed in a way
which before had been impossible. A
large number of funerals were held yesterday. The rescue work is well under
way. There is now plenty of food but
there is urgent heed of clothing in many
Many of the bodies taken out last
night were far advanced In decomposition. Some were so badly decomposed
thnt hurried funerals were held in the
rain. A tent has been erected in the
cemetery to be used as a morgue for
such as are too far gone to be taken to
the bank building. Quick lime will Ih
taken Into the mine and scattered <>v. t
the bodies if conditions become much
worse and thus the last chance of identification nnd restoration to relatives
for Christian burial will have passed
Many of the rescuers have been
stricken with Illness and It was found
necessary to bring a number of recruits
here from the George Creek district.
The coroners and his deputltles remain
constantly upon lhe scene viewing the
bodies as they come out bnt no date
has been set for the inquest. Chiel
State Mine Inspector Paul is quoted as
saying he believed the explosion was
started by an electric spark from a runaway car in the main entry. A string
of those cars were piled up in the entry
at the bottom of the slope.
With 112 bodies on the surface at 10
o'clock today. 25 more were ready to be
brought out of mine No. 6 and four
awaiting removal from No. 8, It was expected lhat the total number of bodies
recovered from the wrecked mines by
noon would he 141. The rescuers nre
working at the right side of mine No. 8,
whore It Is thought a majority of the
bodies in the mine will be found. The
work of rescue is being pushed rapidly
and before night It ls expected thai
most of tbe bodies will have been taken
out. It has been raining here steadily
since last evening.
"At Cripple Creek."
The presentation of this melodrama
at the opera house last night was scarcely up to the high standard of merit
promised by the advance notices that
appeared from day to day in the Daily
News. It Is not "a dramatic gem of
great power and beauty," nor does its
���pathos move the heart with its tender
emotion." Those who witnessed last
night's production will not agree wiih
the Daily News in its unqualified state
ment that the men aud women In the
play "move In an air of true nobility.
the nobility of honest purpdse." The
best that can be said of "At Cripple
Creek" is that it is quite as good a play
as any that has yet been written by
Hal Reid. and that the actor who took
the part of .Joe Mayfleld could play a
better role" If called upon to do so.
National League Meeting.
New York, Dec. 10.���The men who
guide tbe destinies of the National
League of profession! baseball clubs got
together at the Waldorf-Astoria this
afternoon and were called together in
annual session shorlly after two o'clock
by Piesldent Harry C. Pulllan. Many
rumors are current in regard to the
business to be transacted, but nothing
will be definitely known until the official statement is given out at tbe close
uf the meeting. The probabilities are
that the meeting, so far as its official
proceedings are concerned, will be confined almost wholly to the usual routine business consequent upon the wind-
up of the season of 190"! Even the discordant element that, has served to enliven other meetings In recent years appears to have been suppressed and
everything points to a harmonious session. The most interesting developments will probably relate to the exchange of players. Practically every
club of the circuit is looking fot more
or less material and many players will
find themselves hooked for new berths
next summer as the result of deals that
will be consummated at the present
round-up of the magnates.
Defender of Port Arthur
in the Dock
Charged With Cowardly Surrender of
Fortress���Wears Medal for
-Conspicuous Bravery.
Belgian King's Anniversary.
Brussels, Dec. 10.���Flass were displayed today in observance of the anniver-
saYy of the accession of King Leopold
II. The klnK came to the throne Dec.
10, 1865. on the death of his father. l-<*o-
pold I.
Two Peace Heroes.
Christlanla, Doc. 10.���At a meet in-;
today or the Noliei Institute the Norwegian premier announced Ihat tin-
Nobel peace prize won. this year Ik
equally divided between Theodori
Moneta. of Italy, and Louis Renault of
Franc. Renault is the permanent delegate of France to the Hague tribunal
and represented his country at the sec
ond Hague conference last sunini, i
Signer Moneta has been prominent as 8
worker for peace.
Toronto's Unemployed.
Toronto, Dee. 10.���About 200 men np
plied at the city hall for work this
morning. Relief work will be started
nt Sandpolnt tomorrow, $2,000 being
voted yesterday for  thnt  purpose.
Child Victim of Accident,
rielleville, Dec. 10.���Charles Leavens.
s  vrar old son of  H.   II. 1-eavens. fell
ben'-ath the reel of horses his father war
driving this morning antl was killed.
Railway Official Arrested.
Sheibrooke. Dec. 10.���A. H. Anderson
trensurer of the Quebec Central Rail
wav was arrested todav on the complaint of General Manager Walsh,
charging him with embezzlement. Anderson has admitted indebtedness to Ihe
railway company and has elected to bi
tried bfore Judge Mtilvena. Anderson
Ib highly respected.
Irish Clergy will Stop Cattle Driving���
Promised Control of Schools���
Redmond  Objects.
Dublin, Dec. 10.���Under an arrangement which is stated to have been made
between the government and the Cath*
lie Church, it is probable that cattle
.lriving will end In about a month. The
Archbishop of Tuam, the Most Rev.
John lleal'-y. D.D.. has issued an appeal to the people, denouncing cattle
driving as dishonest and immoral.
Many priests in the west of Ireland.
takin gthelr orders from the heads of
the Church, have denounced ranch
clearing in plain terms, and have Instructed congregations to refrain from
it. Where the influence of the priests
have been exerted there has been a* not-
iible diminution of the lawless act.
The price which It is said the government will pay for the services of the
Church in this connection, is the introduction at the next session of Parliament of an education bill, which will
give the Catholics practical control of
education in Ireland. The authorities
of the famous Trinity College fear that
a clause will be inserted in tlie bill giving the Catholic hierarchy a share in
the control of the university, which,
since it was founded by Queen Kllza-
bcth. has been exclusively in the hands
of the Protestants.
John Redmond, leader of the Irish
party In the House of Commons, still
oonnsels cattle driving, notwithstanding the action of the Church, lt Is
stated in political circles lhat he will
hack up the agitation until the government promises to introduce a land act.
Including a scheme of compulsory sale.
St. Petersburg, Dec. 10.���Before a
brilliant assemblage of his old comrades
in arms Lieutenant General Stoessel today was placed on trial to answer with
Ills life and reputation for the loss ot
fort Arthur on the first of January,
11)06, and In llrm tones and with confident manner the general pleaded not
guilty to the charges of needlessly surrendering the fortress, and thereby humiliating the Russian army.
The auditorium of tlie army and navy
club, where the trial took place, resembled more a social gathering, officers of
high rank, the judges, and spectators
and witnesses. General Kuropatkln, General Llnevltch, General Rennenkampf.
Vice-Admlral Wiren, and scores of other
prominent 'leaders in the Russo-Japanese war were present.
There were also present 200 officers
and soldiers who had been at Port
Arthur and who today were clad ln their
lull dress uniforms blazing with stars
and. decorations.
General Stoessel alone was in civilian
attire and this made him conspicuous.
He wore proudly around his neck the
cordon of the military order of St.
George, which was conferred upon him
by the emperor during the siege, and
on his breast was pinned the cross of
George III., awarded the general for conspicuous bravery in frontier fighting.
The other accused officers. Generals
Fork. Rtiss, and Smirnoff, came to the
court clad ln their uniforms.
St. Petersburg, Dec. 10.���The entire
afternoon was taken up with the reading of the voluminous and detailed indictment. One or two Incidents showed
the attitude of the court to be unfavorable to Stoessel.
To the correspondents of the Associated Press a witness with whom he
talked declared the trial to be an insult to General Stoessel and to tha
Many  California   Brokers  in  Trouble
Try  To   Leave  Country.
Small Pox In Ontario.
Toronto, Dec. 10.���Dr. llogetts. seere
tary of the provincial board of healll*
has Issued a statement regarding small
pox ln Ontario. He censures municipalities for failure to take proper precautions and says that only une percent
1 ot the cases in the last decade  would
Board of TraHe.
At the board of trade meeting Thv.rs
ilay night matter will  be prepared for
presentation  to the  Associated   Hoards
at   their  annual   meeting   In   Movie   in
.January.    The Associated Boards hav.
done good  work In   the  past  although
many of their recommendations to both
Oomlnton  and   -provincial   governments
have not yet been acted noon.    There
are several   matters  this  year  of  outstanding importance  to Ihe interior of
liritish Columbia, especially to Southern
Kootenay  and  Yale.     The   question* of
freight  rates easily stands' first.    Tele
phone communication Is also certain to
be discussed and on that question the
Nelson board's   position  is already   defined. The noard has also recommended
participation   In  the   Alaska Yukon   Exposition In Seattle next summer, but 11'
Kootenay Is to bave any adequate representation the Initiative must be taken
by tho interior cities.
San Francisco, Dec. 10.���David W.
Water, president of the California Safe
Deposit Company, which closed its
doors in November was found seeding south on a Southern Pacific train
last night when he was supposed to be
in his San Mateo home. He was placed
under arrest and taken from the train
at Santa Barbara.
W. J. Harnett, who was arrested yesterday on charges growing out of the
failure of the company, is vice- president and genel-al attorney of the Western Pacific Railway. Mr. Barnett yesterday telegraphed his resignation to
Preg. Jeffery of the Western Pacific
and of his own volition withdrew from
the office of vice-president and general
It was determined on Saturday to investigate the affairs of the Fillimore
street branch of the California Safe
Deposit and Trust Co. looking to the
arrest of the officors for embezzlement.
The investigation was continued yesterday and according to a statement Issued
last night the officers of the bank took
practically all the money deposited at
the Fillimore street branch and loaned
It to stockholders In large sums, to
themselves, and to mythical companies.
Insanity, Murder and Suicide.
New York. Dec. 10.���Insanity and
worry over bis domestic affairs today
prompted Charles Carow. a cooper employed In a Brooklyn Hop Manufacturing establishment to shoot his wife
and himself. Mrs. Carow was taken to
a hospital dying. Carow was instantly
Investigate Clearing Houaes.
Washington. Dec. 10.���Senator Tillman today introduced resolutions directing the committee of finance to Investigate the recent proceedings of the secretary of the treasury in connection
with the financial crisis and also to
mike Inquiries concerning clearing
houses. f"-
t..v uaily Canadian
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Clothing,    Gents'   Furnishings
and Boots and Shoes
Is begiuniug to arrive.
In about another week we will r*e able to offer full-lines
in these goods, and can promise you the best value ever of-
|  fered in the city.
Iu the meantime it will pay you to await their   arrival
before making your purchase.
Imperial Ba: ik of Canada
Head Office:   Toronto.
Coital  Authorized    $10,000,000    Capital  Paid  Up $4,860,000
M Rest    $-1,860,000
D. B. WILK1E. President.
HO> . KOBE11T JAFFKAY, Vice-President
Branches in hritish Columbia:
Interest  allowed on  deposits  fr.im date of deposit and credited quarterly.
nelson hmamcm Am   Wtm    LAY,   -Wttnajjer.
The Royal Bank of Canada
Incorporat. .1 A.  D.  18611.
 $3,900,000     Reserve   Fund....
Unexcelled facilitief, for the transaction
of ail  kinds of  Banking  Business.
savings Bank Department, and
Interest credited Quarterly on
Savings Bank Accounts.
on Application, in Large. Medium
or Pocket 8lze.
Nelson Branch, G. A. SPINK, Manager.
Published bix flay a wee* Dy the
Baiter Ht..   Nelson. B. C
l*io-wrlptlon rate*-. Wj cents a month delivered
in the city, or *5.00 a year II sent by mall, when
paid In advance.
AdverticuiK rate* on application.
All menu*"* pr.i.1 in *-. tUt.i_ri._-tit ol The Dally
Cauadian   accounts,  either   Ior  ���.nl.'-. ii|-: s..;,    *
advertisiiiK, muat be receipted for on the printed
lorms of  Uie Company.    Other receipt--  are not
Tuesday,   Dec.   10.   1907.
Six month-* u^" then were serious
doubts a.- io whether there would he
another session ol thi pr. *eni parlla-
mem or not. Then it was stated hi
those pretending to know thai parlla
ment would meet and then prorogation
would in- tollowi d mini' diat- : b di -
lutioii Latei 11 was announced thai al
the (lose ol thi pri seni ���-��� - ion Bh W!l
fiid Laurier would matt* a tour of the
west Thai would probabl) ��� i * * t * -1 elec
Hon.- till next Mini inn or possibly to
the early tail. Latei still the Toronto
Globe has informed ths countrj thai bs
law  the life of the   press. lameni
doesn't end until some day in Januan
1910,   flye  full   y an    i im ���    thi   official
returns   trom   the   eli ctions   in   iCooti
nay, jfale-Cariboo and the Yukon reach
ed Ottawa.
Of cour.su it ma-j bs thai Sir Wilfrid
has had one cohereul and couslsten
plan all the time and was in no waj
responsible for the reports, li is also
quitu possible that the shocks in Prince
Albert, where only bare>faced stealing
saved a seal ior n provincial miniate:
in a bye-election, Id London where b
Dominion minIster'a seal had to be abjectly surrendered, In Colchestei where
all the efforta of Mr. Ifteldtng and Mi
Pugsley tailed t<> retain a seal for th��
government, and the unmlstakeabl
progress of Conservative sentlmeni
everywhere but In Quebec���it ik quit
poasihie that these things have cooli d
the sgovernrnenVa order for an early
general campaign.
The effect on parliament is uiilor.un
ate. Tlie Toronto News sumo up the
situation, perhaps correctly, certalnlj
impartially as follows:
"Parliament has opened in a tfaor
oughly ugly temper. Borne ol tin
speeches already delivered can onlj
create a bad impression in (he country.
It lfi apparent that the government, re
We know all there Efl to know about
Watches and Jewels. Bo 11 yon want
to buy any
or have any repairing done, we are ti��*���
people to come to. nur charges toi ex
pert repair work are most moderate
We have many beautiful diamond ring.
pendants of pearls  and  diamond   .   locfc
eta, brooches, etc
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: J. J. WALKER {
lying upon Its voting strength and its
debating power, is disposed to brow*
heal the opposition, and to Chech tbe
free criticism of public measures and
acts oi ad iu i nisi ration. On the other
hand, Buch a speech as that of Mr
Clements, ol Kent, is unworthy of anj
serious deliberative body, and can only
give thi Canadian blouse ot Commons
a mean reputation In other communl*
tea. The opposition should keep its
head and hold its ground. It should
support any charges it may have to
make b) a serious indictment on the
responsibility of one of Its members and
prove Its cast- before the com in it tees.
Mere abuse and scandal-mongerlng will
not strengthen the Conservativi party
In the country, just as there is no fear
that heated rhetoric and violent abuse
from government benches will avail
to cover anj established failure of duty
or any act of corruption In the public
Not having >������. seen .Mr. Clements'
speech In full we cannot discuss the
justice of the criticism as applied to
him, bul b ri cen! editorial tn tli<- To
ronto Globe, which our contemporary
has bad Lhe simplicity, as well as the
effronter; to quote, betrays the government's  altitude
A very few extracts will show the
character of whal our contemporary
call a "timi ������������ remarks": "if on*' case
could be shown where there wai a de
liberate purpose to fleece the country
thi opposition would soon get a response
from thi eh ctorate, . . This was
not the way Liberals proved their
charges in the days oi old, The news*
papers blazed with thi proofs of wrong*
doing. The whole country rang. Administrations were smashed, and minsters   and  members  censured  publicly
and   driven   from   parliament	
Pick  out  the most  promising   of    the
scandals and devoti their best abilities
to proving it, and when they have done
that and blasted some ministerial reputation they will probably get. a more
patient hearing for the remainder of
their accusations."
"if one case could be shown!" What
about the Biairmore Townsito Bteal?
The Saskatchewan land dials'.' The
No-th Atlantic deal? Mr. Aylesworth
has publicly confessed and tried to de
fend the rake off system openly practised.
There is a measure of truth in the
second suggestion, just enough perhaps
lu salve the Conscience Of the reverend
editor of Ihe Globe. Any wrong doiii**;
by Conservatives was easily proved be-
oause fair trials were granted. Can any
one Imagine Sir .lohn Thompson choking
Inquiry, excusing witnesses and sending
hired scoundrels OUt of the country to
avoid exposure?
"Blasted     some     ministerial     repulu
tlon!" Is there an adult male In Canada who doesn't know why Sifton. Era-
merson and Byman are out of the cabinet and why Liberal associations private^ and Liberal newspapers publicly,
have demanded Sir Fred Borden's resignation?
Possibly the editor of the Globe is the
one exception, hut our contemporary's
quotation of that suggestion is flagrantly hypocritical.
The record of more limn half the
members of the I_iurier goverunien'
since 1904 it** one uf cynical dishonest)
and shameless debauchery* fruu.<i> con
doned by the whole Liberal partj In the
Bouse which votes down every motion
for inquiry. Mr. Bourassa'a motion for
an investigation of the Fowler charges
was supported by every Conservative
and opposed by every Liberal. It is loo
late In the day for the Globe or an> of
its echoes to pretend ignorance and
Lightweights to Fight.
San Francisco, Dec. 10.���In the arena
at Colma tonight the rival lightweights,
Johnny Fayne and Johnny .Murphy, an
to meet for their third battle. They
have agreed on a :.o-round contest at
133 pounds, and will tight for 50 per
cent, of the receipts, which will be divided 75 per cent, to the winner and
25 per cent, to the loser.
Michigan State Grange.
Saginau, Mich., Dec. lb.���Hundred.- ..f
delegates were In their seats when the
Michigan State Grange began Its annual meeting in the Masonic Temple
here today. The gathering will be in
session four days. Reports of the various officers show the past year to have
been one of unusual activity for the organization. With a gratifying increase in
Geo.  P.  Player
Office   Room   No.   2,   ELLIOT     BLOCK.
Nelson Land Ulstrlci. DlStrtOto! Went Kootenay
Take notice that I, Charles DutShsr, intend
to apply for a sj-ecial limner licence, to GO] __0
carry awav timber bom 64->* OOtOt of land Com-
menoing at No. 1 pout about 12 miles weuof the
Kootenay river, on the north side Ol IH.mndary
creek' and norih, sod adjacent to timber licenses
lMWJ, and one  mile  north   of  the International
bouudMrv Una: oonunanefng at a posi marked
(.buries Imtehor's soulhwe*. corner, theuce HO
ehalns north, theme HO ehulns earn, thence WJ
chains south, thenee HO chain*- went to the place
oi beginiiiuir, Containing *>4U acres, more or lefts
Located November IMlh. IWl.
OBASU��� Im.'tchkk. Locator.
No. 2. CommenciiiK at a post marked eharles
DntOhST'S southeast corner, thenee MO chain*'
north, thence M0 chains west, thence MO chains
south, thenee 80 chain** eost to the place o( beginning, and went and adjacent tn number one
tlm bar limit, and con Mining 010 acre*-, SLOTS 01
bOOStSd November IMh, IU07.
(.haS���H JiinciiBit   LooatOT.
No. 3. 0om_anting at a post marked Charles
butcher'*, northwest eoruer and about 16 tnllOS
west of the Kootenay river on the north fide ot
Houndary creek mill north and adjacent to tlm
ber Hueiiwe 1U600. Ihence south SO chains, thence
east MO chains, thenee north Mo chains, theuce
west MO chains to the place of beginning, containing OUi acres, more or less.
Located November ISth, 1907.
No. 4. Commencing at a pest marked Charles
D11 tcher's northeast corner, Ihence south ������*''
Chains, theuce west M0 chains, theuce north M0
chains, thence east MO chains to the place of beginning, containing 640 acres, more or less
Locateil November IMlh. 1VW7.
Ciiari.ks UiiTCiiRB, Locator.
No. 5. commencing at a pont marked Charles
butcher's southeast corner, thence 80 chaliif
north, thence MO chains West, (hence M0 chains,
south, theuce St1 ehaluH east lo the place of be-
v 1 !'jni-.;, contaloing iild acres, more or less.
Located November IMlh, l��n7.
1 H mi -K-* PuTciian, Locator.
NO. 6. Commencing a' a post marked Charles
-Dulcher'9 swutbweit coru-er, thence  north to
ciiMus, thence  east  M  Dhatni    Iban
chain*., theu-e west ������     iii.in- to th*   pjae   of be
giuiiiiiK.  oonalntBi - tnoreorlaw.
Located November Uth, 11��"
( H.i..r*   DllTCW���S,  l-*M*ator.
Nelson Land Pi-trn-t    in-tnct of Waat koo'enay
Taks notice that-Polomon WiUUncon, <>[ h��I
son. H C.. occupation himbernian. InteuSi to
apply for a   special timber   licence   ever   the [ol*
lowing daceribad lands:        ��
1. Comnieucinft nt �� pent planted on Uienortli
bank of Summit CTaaS alwiut two and H hall
miu*.- inun iti mouth ihanaa nortb _ ehaina.
tbenoa easi ISO ebalna tbence aontta 40 obaini
thanee mei i*j| chain-.
Data I lOtb November, 1907.
2. Dommenelna   at a post   planted   OO   an  'in-
named  creek   wiiirti Bom  Inti   ts9nnunli
from tie- snur.Ii at a   point  about   two mi '. * holt
milts ea**t from the uorth fork ol   Bummll
said pest Ijeui-* placed about tbrea quartei
npsuefa unii.tiiK.i iTi-t'L am! abonl 60   1
the east ther, .d,  Lhenoe fmot S)ehalns, thenc*.
youth ISO chain-,  thenoa seat40ebaim
north ltj>i:li��liis.
Uaied letfa NoTflmoer, 1907.
a, CommcnisniK at a post planteal on an un-
iiMtnt'd   craafe   whleii   flews   Into  Hummit    0X009
from the aoutb at a polnl aboul twoaoda half
miles e-ut from the uorth fork of hummit creak
ata point about inr.- quartan mile up inch
creek and about 600 (eet to the eat! rbereol
tbenca aouth 11"1 ehaina. thanee west -uiehamb.
th -ii  <- north 10c chains, tie nee east 4" ottalnifl
Uan-d ISth hOTamber, 190?
4.   Commencing a! a poei planted on tha norti
ea^t nde 01  the north f..rk   of Bummll  ere* 1
a Unit four nilies from  the lunctlon of  in.   , ,,
fork with the main Btunmll ��� rei k, thena mul 1
8>'> chain*-   ih'.-ii''-   '.v.-p.; mh chain*,  theti"- n,,>   :   -
chain i*, thenea eati ***��� chaloa.
Dated Pith, November.  IB 7
-.    OHOH   Wn.KlfloN,
b  (iioRuK Jfoi so, Afani
Nelson Land I^istrtct.   DUtrlot Of West RoOteOSJ.
Take notice that Cherlei Q   B eder,of Miki-
kane, in Ihu state of WaafatOfton, 0 H. a. fin
uncial audit,   intends   lo upply for �� -[**i ial lim
ij-.r lloenee o��ei tbe Fotlowing deeorlbed Isnda,
(1) Commencing at a pon'   1 lantcj about aon
feet east ..I -the west fork of Mission  < reek, one
naif mile   norih of  the   international   i*oUndar)
line,   about   ten   milea east of   ftykertl,   I   (
thenoe   -outh   t<    chains,    to   the   mnrnational
biiuudiir;. um   thenee wtti no ohalns, thenee
north 4'��''haiHi-, tbenoa eaal  ISO ohalns to the
point  of Dommeneeasnti  and  contalnlng B40
a'-res. more or Lees
Located the Bnd Ootober, A li., IWl
I'llARLKsSl-.  I'.KKj.Klt.
(2) Commemiui* at a post about half Mmlb-
east o' the wt-l (*rk of Mission creek, alxnii one
and a half miles north of the ltilernati..ual
boundary llu. about ten miles eaal of kva.-ris
B 0 , thenee wesl 80 chains, thence north HO
chains, thanee esatSO chains, thence aouth 80
chalna Ui the polrn of commeneemeut, aud Don
UittS���s ov> acn -  more or teas
Located the Wnd <lsy of OotobSTi A.l>   1U07.
( llAWLB- I,.  Kkkhkh
{:���) Cooimeii'-iriK at a po��l on the internaii.*n
al boundary til i ���.!,. tnilfi aSfl of the e��,t (,���* ���f
Mission creek aboul lz miles east of Ityn-ri*.
il   G   .   thene.-  cum lo  Obalna,   thenee   norlli   ISO
chain**', thence mu chains watt, thanoe to chains
���outh, thene- *��� ebalna aaat, thanoa ho ehatns
south  to the point of commenoamsnt ami .,,1,
tainliiK M0 a ���!* -    im,re or lest-
booswl th* .ni .irty of October, a.p , ido?
��� iiahi.k*- I,  IUkhik
Nelson Uml Putn.-t     Piitriciof West Ko-.mnay.
TaK<   nolii.- that I, W   A    HiiiImiii,   of Bsokani
Wash ,  OCOUpatlon  11 mt,-*r cruiser, intend 1,, ,,,,
o_f tor a special timber iteenoe over thalollow*
in-* described  land-:    Commonctiu at a post
piantci nn the north bunk of -ummii er**i*s ,ni<]
marked W,   A    liudaoil's   H.   W.   cirm-r,   u,,,,, ,
norih-fi cIhuiic, thenoe aaal ISO chains, thenoe
sou iii 40 chain*., thanoa west Ifio chains to the
ixdnt of Bonmanoemanti conuviiuii*- oio acres
more or less
paid Nov. j.1007. w.A.Hnnson,
Nelson Laud Pistricl. District of West Sootenay
Take Dotlce that w A.Hudson, of Bpokanai
Wash., ocoupatlon timbei ornlser, Intends man
ply tor a special timbei lloenee over the following described   landa:    Oonunanoing ai ��� poal
planted on th<-Month bank of the north fork ol
Corn creek, thence south 40 chains, thene* weat
ISO ohalns, thence north -to chains,   thence east
UO chains to the poiui oi ootnmenoement. containing 040 acres, more or less.
Dated Nov. Stb, 1B��7. W, A.  QODSOt*.
Nelson Land District. District 01 Wost KoOtena*
Take DOtlOS tlial W A llmlsoti, of BpOkanS.
Wash., ooonpatlon timber cruiser, in tends to apply for 11 s|H*clal tlmbsr Uoenea over the follow-
ing desetibfd lands; Ci>iiim��neing al a post
pldiited on the east side o[ the ;��outh fork of Die
north fork ol Corn creek, ihence south MO .-haiiis,
tbenne wesi mo chains, theuce norih 80 Ohains.
lhenoe easi 80 chains to the point of oommenoa.
ment, coniainln-- MO acres, more or lets
Dated Not ��u��. iwo7. w a. Bdmoh,
Nelson I ami District    District of West KiMltenny.
'lake nolle-  lhal  W.A.   Hudson,   of  BpolUUM
Waab.) occupation timber cruiser, Intel .,���. 10 hi.
plj for a special timber in c enrar tha following described   landa:   Uommanotng at a poat
planted about wm feet north of the nor'.h
lork    of   Corn   creek      thence  foiith   Hu  chains,
thanoe   west   so   chains,    thanoe    no-th    mo
chains,  Ihence east   mo chalus  to   the   point of
commencement, containing oin acres, more or
Dated Nuv.eih, 1907. w. a. Bodsos
Nelson Lami Pislrlct |Dlstrict of West Koolenay
uotloa that W. A. Hudson, of Hnokane,
patlOU timber cruiser, nil. e-l    to a 11-
[���liii tlmla-r   licence over Hie follow-
neiiclng  at  a   pos'
I lhe north fork id
orn creek, thenee north Mu chains   thence woat
[) chains, then outh Mi chains,   thence en-1 80
liains lo the point ol  (lo.-imcnceiiiciil com   In-
bly for a sue.
lug deaorfbs
planted aboi
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We iire now showing a splendid stock of Men's Silk Neckwear, Kid Gloves,
Silk Mu fliers, Linen Hiindkerchiefs. Silk Handkerchiefs, Silk Umbrellas and
Fanck Art Embroidery tie racks, etc. Theae lines are all new and most up-
to date.
We invite inspection of our special selected stock of Fancy Drawn Linens,
Table   Cloths,   Napkins.   Side   Board   Covers, etc.
A   magnificent   assor-tmont   of   Ladiees'  Belts and Neckwear.
mn   deacrltK-d    lands      ' .nun   -n   in.     at        ,4��i
planted ai. ml 600 Iee1 nortb "f tbi north i"s>. ol
Cornereak thanee souths chains, then., seai
80chains thanet imru. n-,hi.m-. then.-e ���*.-.--��� nu
chains n* the point of - emmem-nietit, contalu-
lne M" acre-   more or less
Dated K0T.Sth.tsn7. w  a  Btmacw
Nelson land District     DLStTlOl Of W��S1 KOOSSSSI
Take neti.-e tha; w * Hsdaon ol Ppokaaa.
Wash . occupation ttmi.er rulaer, intends to ap
ply for a special llmbei llcanoe ortr tha follow
ina deacrlbed uuids (knamanelim ** * posi
planted atanii 200 feet north ol lha norih tort of
' orn ��� reek, thai south SO ehalns, thene*     * ���
thaw s north B oatni tii-ic. ..-..t Bo
chains to thi polnl ot oommauusmenti oontatn
mi, 64ii acn - mote 01 less.
Dated Noi  t,tn, vtn w. a   Brjoaoa
Nelaoo Und Dtatrtel   Dtstriotol ffasl Kootenaj
Tsuu notlaa thai w a Bndson, ol kpotsane,
Waaho oeeupatton mub-T cruiser. Inn ndi o- a| -
pi] [ora ipaoial timi��-r Ucanee ovar the following descrniad  Isnda:    Commanelng at a post
plniite-I alaiul J*1 faal north ol _U nnrlh forW 01
Cornereak thanoi ������ Hh 80 chalna, thene. ee��i
t > chains tbenae norU M> chalna, thanoe waat B
��� nam- to thS pOtni "f  nmeneenieui.  oontelS-
iiik wi acr-s. moraot leu.
Dated Nuv   (ith. 1VW7 W    A    BODSOg
N..].. :. Und Ill.-Ul-t.   Distrl   * -��f VN..-I  '��� o.rl. n*e.
Taiie notice thttt  w. a, Hudsou. of Bpokane.
Wash, occupation tlml***r cruiser, inn ml- IO **l
ply for a special timl-er hcemc over the [Olio*
nn* descr!iH*d laud*. 1 lunmcucniK hi a I-1*"
planted d Um south Lank of He inalo votn
creak and adjoining tlrnbai Uoasoo s��> wra
thenoe south 40 ehaini thenea wesl 180 chains,
thenee corth S5i halm thanes aaal ISO ehaini t>
ths point of comin m ������incut, SantalnlSB ���'���-'
a'-rea. more or leas.
Dated Nov. 7th, IWi. v*   a. Ht    soa
NotU '   l- ncr.-bv jcifen mat w> -lavn all.-;
intend to apply to th. Hon. I'limf�� ommli
0/ Liiel-* and w orkr. f.e t*.*riiiissloii t<- pur, hate
t I** followlug described lauds, situaleil  in   Weat
Kootenai dlstrlet   t ommenoins a1 H i'1"'1 ti,*T*t
ed by name   as   Initial   poal   "f   the   Booth    YQtO
brancii. ona hundred teet from ihe Inaction ol
Losl -reek wltii the south fork; thena ana-
���juarter mile in the northwest corner post, ih.iic*.
one   mile   lo   the   northeast   enrner  post. thanSS
om quartet mtls t" ths southsast eoruer paat,
thanoa one mile to Hn* plaos   of commencement,
j.im"/;. 1907. LoOStedhvWS   COMSOUaT.
Have  you  huard   of  IC   lu * ��
ihoa     ini.,1,.    i..s|,,.cl;.l!y   Inr ns: f
wh.-ii   il.,.    w,.i    w,.atln*r 1. hm  I
taatte  In  tn,-n't* nnd  Wmntn', l.n *
. liir   I   |.|..-is.  an.l   Full Isillbl.. Sol.     '
Price. Women'.
_^ R.   ANDREW   A   CO,   Proprietor!-a
%>**>'%'%. ���%���-%. mt*b s>-%^%^% 9y^*^%t%t% -v-v%^%^%^%. ^%^%^%^m|
il.>Soi(-   s
Mm I
%m $
l-'i* 040 s
r less.
d Nov  8th, 1W7. W. A. lIui'M
Nelson Laml Dlsiricl.  District of West Kooi. uny
'lake nollee that   W.A.   Hudson,   of  Hpokatiu.
Wash , occupation timber cruiser, intends to apply for a special timber licence over ths folio
Lson Land insinrt. Dtsinot of Wasi KooSsmji
iakc uoine thai H   Williams tupatlou   ran
.it B - Haaiuuta.oocupaUon alaotrh tan; ami
K. ti. I- finilh, occupation luniberman; nil ol
Prootsr, B u., intend  to apply lor a special Urn*
|,e:   lu anOS   11WT   the  folIoWtllK     'I''"'  Ml"    '���     nill'le
Common' ing ata [ant about thr*. min hcm-.-. of
Wllsonl raas on south shots ol Kootenaj Lasi
thanee south ho ohalns, ihence ,��-(*** ohalos,
theueenortb BO ehalns, thanss wott BOenalns to
(voitu oi eommsnssmant, oontetnlngMO aarsa,
more or less. _   ___
Huptuuii-ei 2SIU, iWl. H   WIU.UM
B k Hastihus
U   H. I'. MM-. IM
Nylrton Laud Dtiirlci.   bi*.triet nt WSBl KooteUtf-,
Take nottea that 1. lohn Isms* Cameron, ol
K. mn, n tl., oooupatlpn  pon tractor, Intend to
apply for a ���!�����-lal timUer   LtSSDOS  over   the   I".
lOH nit* descrlhcil  lunds:
No. 1     Commanolngal ���� posi plain..: about
thr.,- tulles fri.in lhe W0SI loop ol tic H C.
Southern Hy , on Carroll ereek, ami adjoiuini*
A.J M ri. w eormr posi No 1 claim, narked
"J. J. C. N. W. corner post," thene,. ,*-���, n.
ehalns, thence SOUth MbchaiiiH, Ihenre west Wi
chains, thsnos north Mo chains lo the place ol
commenoamsnt containing tt40 acres, more or
Dated October 2.1th, IWI7
No. 2 Commonatns ms post piantci about
livn mul n half mile-, from the ITSSt loop ot the
B. O. BOtttbarn Ity on a small stream emptying
thin Carrol! Creek and mark*-.] "I.l c IS \S .
corner xhhH,-' thence south ��" chain-, thence
sastflOcnalns, theme north mo ehalns, Ihemo
west so ohalns to tho i��oini of oonunsnosnlem,
ColilalniilK 04O acn h, iiiorc or less.
Dated OeUllt-.T 26th, 1W7-
No S. (JominailOUtg ��t a post planted about
one half mile Irom the west loop of the H (..
Houthern Ity., on Carroll ereek marked".! I 1.
N. W. corner po*^-thonee southSOohalns, thenea
ea��l Wl chain*-,   ITWnc.*   nielli    nu   n ,   theiice
west 1*1 ehalns to  the  place of comiucm-cnicut
coutnlnim* HUiacn-. more or less.
Dated October 2Mlti, 1807.
John Uhk- cam Kaon, Locator.
you .an ii ii-  a in an,   Fruit Ran���  In  th* liost  fruli  -(rowlni diatrici
in   Hi.'    I    1      imbla   1.     1 ..  Im   |10 il,.Hi.��� down mid *l|1 |.cr monih.
is*.;, aa bo Investment 'iiif i- wi.i-iii r,.nHiil,,ratlon
Krult Land hai Kebled In vain,, within the rear.   Whal will it il" a.'"
year? ���. '
WARD srwi'.in
-r_: :���*. g-<r-'g**g-.ar *.'*^3i
��� ������������������������ ************************************* ********
Iyear  eind sale
to order  '" reduce mir Htuck  by  tfi-v
snd uf th<
Nelnon Laml Dlslrlct.   DlStTtutOf West Kootenay.
Take nollee thai I, Ale-stander Joseph M0O00J.
of Fernle, If <:., OOOUpatlon, hotel-keeper. Intend
to apply for a special Umber licence over the
'nilowliik described  Janes;
Nn I. Commencing ata post planied SbOQ!
three miles from the B C. Houthern Kv. we-t
loop on Cnrroll Qraslt- iniirk^d "A. J M H 1..
comer post," them-e liniih Wl chain**, tbenoa
west HO chains, theme sottfh K) chiilni. thenea
east M0 chains   to   Hie   place   nf commencement,
eon talnlng 6S0 aorai, more or less.
Dated Octob  r2Mb, VJOl.
No. 2 < ommeticlliK at 11 p >sl planted about
om ami a hall mile from th" wes' loop of the
It   C. Houthern Ity. on a   small   stream   riiiiniu*-
luto Carroll Creak ���*���*'- markad "a..i  m  n.h.
comer post, thence *< uth H>i chalna,   tliei easi
BOohalni theuce north mo OhSlUS, thunce weal
Mtiehaius to tlie place.ol comineiicument con
mining 010 acres, more 01 le*.*"
iJill-'-i   I l.'l.ilr*-!   .*<.tl.     I'M,
No :i CoinnieucliiK ai n post |>bintcd iiIhiui
two milos Irom the weal loop ol the B. C. Houth-
erh Uv. on Carroll ereek, marked "A. I. id n.K.
corner pOSt-" thence west Mo chains, Iheiice,
north Mu chains, thence east mm chalua. USnoS
���ontli 80 1 In. in OOntatnlng 0*0 acres, more or
-ated Ocn>ber28th, 1007
ALSXANusa Juski'm Mi 1 00j., locator.
inr mil entire stuck Ol BoOtefa Tvw|d  Btttttnvs, nnub   10 yuur order, psa
feel    Itl    Ml Vie.    Ill    llix)    W UI kllUllt.'.ll I p      It I     fel|l|ee(l     [it'U'i'S
aegular prices  32.00 to    38.00       Sale price $20.00 to $25.00.
See   nut    wimDiw.      (iivatest      Bargains   eviT ofTfred  In   KSlSOS -��(
������������������������ ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������*��� ������������**
s^~~^*r**. m.  A.   ISAAC R.  W.   HINTON ���~*y*^***/^A^^"^
B*s,fTstlt*lna mrid slotkblnji *-���-***.*���-* tin _-.i ^ un ii*.apniLii    .s �����-��.*- ' j
W'*��t*K.  rvthilii_   .��t.tl   .Villi   Alttchliiei-.v*       MSIUlfS-0t ���***�������������
< ��--v    (wui'M,   to.   to.    Contrautura*   Gm*t*��.
For Sale
The  Furniture  of a    4-room    Cottage.
Furniture   all    .new.      Alao     unexpired
lease for 11  months.     Apply by letter to
D,  Dally Canadian.
INBUiSOIN,     -
sli. G.
Ynu'ii like ih.- 100*8 wa "��J'-h
you'll Ilka tha way we ael  ��
Y..ll'll   Ilk.-   III.'   I'll''1'   ��*���  :'     v������p.
you'll  Ilk..  lli��-  goqd�� when yo"
them. ���. ,ii,. K*
I'.iliHUH  ynu'ii   like  80111.. "���
Ii.wIuk: , ...   i!ic
caiir.irniii s.....ii..��i. iiiiii'ii'-si"':1 ,';���:.-,..
l-'uncv Cuiiiiiiln I" "illi!- ������-   : ,,,    Ita.
.';,..,���>���   Cllinilll*.   In   Pl'ti"-   '"'    ���,,   gpl-
P s. Mailed Walnuts, ahu��"'*��.
osl, etc.                               , $1.01*
Oiiliirio Apple Cluor per gm	
Joy's Cash Grocery The bany Canal.
This is (resli-kilied poultry and  will give you
every ssitisfactiou.    ORDER NOW.
Mon: supplies arriving later.
P. Barns & Co., Ltd.
tCa-;!". Rossland Boundary
Coal! Ice! Wood!
Phone 265
Yale Kootenay  Ice, Fsrolt,
Fuel &��� Poultry Co., Ltd.
N.E. co.. Baker   and   Ward   Stt.
n,strut,  insuicioi w-jm Ron ten ar
,. ,,. ibal Prod  J.Haniiiions.  agent  lor
" i ,:,. r. ot  Nelson, oasnpatton eatoh'
appl)    n.:    p   rinission to Dur
.��iiiK  .i.-scribed   lands:    t'ommen-
. anUd   alx'Ut  --��',  miles eaal ol
lhenoe   *> .-.mini*,   in  an eaatt-rly
.,,*    20  chains    -utiilh,   UunM   ���.''
itart) iiii'.tton, thanoaSftehalns
| . iiiutiiiiissiissnisiiiisnnlsinini
1 ��� or leas
Utled Noi   Mb, 1��I7* ���
Kasnan k   Ioiin Ta��hsh,
J*   J   Hamhoks.  Ageul
Nelson Und Dlstrlet.  bi-trict of West Kootenav
Take   notice    that   John   JaSMS   Cameron,  of
rarnwi British Colombia, '���eeuiiai*on coatrao
lor. Intend*- to njipiy for permission to
pirchaite lhe following tlMitibod Und. Com
in ii'-tug at a i>ust punted on the southern
boundary of the H: < , B*,in.,.-rn right of-way
aoontSOehStttS WSSterlT   from   the h. W   enrner
oi loi hw'1 smnp i. KfMitenay, thanes south so
chains, thene.. east 40 ehalns. thenea north 60
chains   Ui   the  southern   1-tuiudarv   o(  the*   said
right-of-way, thanoa waatorly along snid souiii
on  boundary ol right oi-way to the noitu    '
commeiie-jiiieui. amt eenialtiliig 240 screi*, more
or It-Hi.
I'rtl'd NovemlM-r 9th. 1907.
  .1' IIK    UmKI   ''**"��""*-,
Nelson l-and Diicrin    mMmi Ol Wait K-TOtOW-yj
TSka nottss that John Ihlsli.ottlaadlas hi .
occupation  ranahsT, Uttanda to appl)  (or psi
j mission tn (niridiane the (<> I lowing dew ri bed
* laud; -'omineneitig at a |kiM planted a*, lhe
I northwest corner of Dot ,HV.i. thence west 40
elirtin-. Mi.-iM'. sot-lb ivi chains, theuce east 40
Oh* n-. thenee norih ���**����� chains m ih.- i*oini ��� >.
conimencenient, and containing 3#i acres, more
or 1MB.
I ated ISth October, 1W7 Ja��*�� BBIBI���,
 F (��  VAi-ijrirM. A sent
Nelson Und Ms-Uriel. District ol West Kooteuay
lake iiom.ci-that Atigu* Mdilli, of the City of
Nalaon. ooonpaUon tsr.-iii-.ii, intend** to apply lor
narmlasloat��pnrohaae the following d-*wrii'ed
lands Oosussnotttg al a post planted at the
td,  W    aoraSt   I-    C.   Morrison's   rallch,    In   Fir
��� liny. th.-ree north forty (4i>) chains, thene
ast lo-iy (*>) chains,   thence   south    lorly   (4o
"tin-, ihence west forty (40)   chains olUt o
iiiiiiiiKvmi'iit, and containliiK one huudred
'I nix tv (itjO) acres, mon* or less.
lH.d ----pli-.ilher 'n't    Win Ajtovn Met-Hl.l.
1 ���. .tin t    Dlslr.ci ol West KSOtSaSf
thai   -Fred J    Bam mom. agent n-r
I ol  Proctor, oo upaiiou raw her.
an| ,v  for permission lo piir.-Ii**.-*   the
itbed   Ian i-     Comntanolnn ai a
ntlU mile*.cast of W 11*011 t-r-eek,
est 'Joi halns, thence northwest XO
north* **t S>chalna, thanes aouth-
, . to the tha iMiiiit of commeticeineul
I .  1   1 ie*. more or leaa
baud >,.   :��� th. iwn
AKtl11UAI.li   AM-EHi-ON   HaIL_M��.
Ageut  K   J    HAMMOHS.
IKciixiU Uu.l I'llUlOt    Dlslrictof West Ko-'lenay
,���i VS. A. Hudson. Umber cruiser.
I 1,-11.. county, Washinglou, one
intetaaol America tnieros to appt]
:-���;-.*.   Umbei lleansa otsi ui�� MIow.uk
1*     lommencnig at a post market!
on Lhe north bans ol Com ores*,
I   the North lork of Corn creek
:    Mrt-soi,  -about   nve   miles  in a
lion Irom connueuce ol aald torn
:*-���.�� mn. lb    Kootana]  rtTSrj   thene.   north 40
real   ISO chains: thence south 40
- aaat   iGo chain, to point uf coin
I ;. - ontsinlog 64" aorea bow or ���->���*�����������
adjoins ItmU'r   limit   No 7  00 the
limit lo.-t on tnaeonuuas uh
W ILl 1AM A   IlrOSOM. Locator
���Vitai Patriok 0 Hiiine
Matnad by the wtthtn nsinad W
t:i "Mh day of November A i>
.-,.��� al rtpukanc, Spokane ' onntr,
oneoi thaDnttad SsatasotASksnoa.
Passu ���*. 0 aatas.
[ Belioo Land DutdM, Distnc. oi West gootsnay
Taki notloe that Isabella lMeree,   I ttftf-Mtti
soirried   woman,   intend**   t<-  apply
on   t"   purchase   the   following  M*>
Commanoins at a poat planted ai
11 '-ii.>n  of  the  uorth   boundary ol l>*t
*l*.,aud ii,, ,-h��i boundary ot I-oi HO nSS,
U . eai -*. chains, more or less, to the north
comer ol umber Limit N*'. Wi- Utsnsi
sins, thsnos west SD chains, more or
��;s, to the east side 0t Whatshan lake, thene.-
Mluwiog same tu a souiliurlv aud wesledy
LOu  ohsinS,   more  or   lens   lo tha IntSI
lib Loi UU, LbatM i m ehatna, mon ���������������
��e. lollowlng easterly  Ixmndary olLoi81"-t����
point oi commenoetmeni
osted itb Ootober, WW.       Isassi u risack,
Y  (i. PAOQQtSS, Agent.
���elsonLand District.   Dtstrlotol Wsil Kootenaj
Tkkl    UOtlat   lhal    Alexander    J      _0l ool.   Ol
i     apaUon clerk, intends t" apply
-������ii tr> pnrebaas the tollowl**! das
1     '     '    commonetag at a post plantwon
i undarv  mil   ���    Houthern   Kail
>l waT,   abOUl   one   and   �� half   inilc-
ssi   the   tiortiiweil  corner  ot lot ..'.'*���:..
'""o   I,   KnntanaTi   thanoa  south  ���*' chain-.
uai  so ehalns. tbi noo north BOehatm to
Muihertt I i.Ury ot ttu id   right olwu��.   Ihence
��wt���> chains along "tid soomsrn boundary to
l��'ini   of   , .iinnieucemeul,   and  conuiutng "*tm
*'���;��� ��� more or leas
"sum Nov-mberSlh. XWi.
N'* ' Land District. D,strict of �� est Kootenay
T*ke notloe lhal Y 1' Hurden, aStlB| **�� BSSttt
'" H Burdan, ol l-oklok. N. It . oocupalloii
"wsuanic, iiitetuis to applv for permlaalou to
1 '��� "���*��� the lollowliiK de*.. riiied landa; Uom<
w-suoing ai ii |,n��i pum,don the easterly ahors
��i Arrow hike nud nbout lu ehalns imrlh of th*
n.K ci-rn*-,, 1|( lM MhU (banOS east BO chaltit.
"in .  north 40 chains,  more or less, lo the hike
,"   ���   lhenoe southwaatstly aloni us lakashora
''   I'-Miit of comiiienceincnl.  and  con (a ml iik
'Seres, more or less.
liiinl Niivemla-r ISth, IW. JASSSB   BOSnBH.
K. 1'    ItuithKN, Agent.
Notice Is hereby (riVM thai Bl the
[>'-xi masting of the Board of Ltaeuie
'"liilillsHlonei-B ror ilie Dlttrtal nf Vuili
to bo held attar the expiration "f thirty
Jays, i Intend in upply for a tranatar of
"'" l.icenao fnr tin- (ir.iv,. Hotal trom
myaeli to William Ooanoll.
Brnaal ts. Horden.
By his attorney, wm. Qoinali.
, Dated  this   12th   dav   of   November.
Notice is hereby glTon that n Court
11 ".'vision mill Appeal, uniler the pro*
11 "'" ol Hi,. AsseBsineiii Ael. reaped*
'"8  lhe  Assessmeiil   Bull   for  Hie   year
,|IS.   lor   Ih,.   Nation   Assessmeiil    l)l��-
rj't win be belli ui the Government
iiiiii... Nelson, on Deoember ixth, HOT,
at 10 a. m.
,���. R.   S.   LENNIE,
����oge of Courl or llevlsion and Appeal.
SNoIbou, Uecomber 2nd, 1907.
#10 DOWN
We offer you best fruit lands:
best terms; best location; best
climate. Absolute    titles.      You
don't have to use all of your means
In ..... in.- for land. We want yon
lo put it Into development. Wa
also have tracts of 50 to 6000 acres
prices and terms the b"Bt. We own
th.-se lands ami handle nothing on
If you don't see Fruitvale you
miss the best In B. C.
Kootenay   Orchard
Ward Street, Nelson, B. C.
ast Watch
The -windows   of  Mis  Old   Cur*
lOStty  Shop for
Fancy China
From the hunil-palnteil down to the
common gradai of C__mu-e. ss"*'*1
we,-i, we win have n aale ot Out <;ius��.
Old Curiosity Shop
Notice ls bareb) glYen thai tbe _
dermlcnod peri - bare made applloatlon  under the  provlalona ,.i  the   "i.i
unor Uoenae a,-i."  1900, tor 11 1 i.1
e.-iives ui iii. plaaei ael oppoalte iiiiin.-*-
John .Marshall. Marsliull llmel. Kit-
I-1...I Aille, Kort Sheppard Hotel.
\\ inula.
(I    T.   Snow.   OUtlel   Hotel.   Procter.
c  BE  Burgeia, BSdna Hotel. Pattareon.
Archibald     &   Davis,     l'lllace     Hotel.
Vmlr. _
Musterson,  Ymir lloiel,   . inlr
Patera,   St.     Charles     lloiel.
Cosmopolitan      Hotel
.1. W.
10.   M
John  Braau
C,   s   Coleninn. Waldorf Hotel. Ymir
Samuel Millar, Miner Hotel, Ymir.
Loulaa UoPeak, Blrdar Hotel, sirdar.
\vm  Qoanell, drove Hotel, ITalrvlew,
Mai,.lie *.- -lolmson. Koolenay I-'alls
lloiel.  Sloei.ll Junction.
I    It    Hunnex,  Mersey  Hotel.  Krio.
B. K.    McArtiiur,    Northern    Hotal,
OeO.   Mead.  Creston   lloiel.   Crouton
Alex   McKesson, I'SHe liolel. l-Srle.
Joaeph Walker, ISrlcksou    Hotel, Kr*
I'iIIUi (Sllle. Vancouver liolel. Ymir.
Will   (Irnv.  Salmo  Hotel.  Salmo.
Uoo   Munro,   Munro  liolel  Creston.
a meeting of the Hoard of Ucenoa
coiniii laalonara, will be held to oonaldar
such applloatlone, a! the Oonrl Houae,
���t   Nelson.   ��n   Monday,   the   HSU.   day
,,r Deoember,  IB0T, at the hour of 2
o'clock ill tin' afternoon.
Chief Licence Inapector.
Nelaon, B. 0��� IBth November, 1907.
Head of  Pinkertons Credite  Authorship
to   Bill   Miner���Lecture   to  Chiefs
of   Police.
In un addn-sH to the Intf-rnullniuil un-
lOtiation of chtofn of police, ut the
.liiriiestowh axposittcm, William A.
PinkiTtnit Bjavo Orodll to old Hill .Miner,
who escaped from Um New Westminster
ponltentlttiy on AiiKUBt B. for first Ming
the phrase "Hands tip!" whlh- enf-jiuid
in IiIm profeHHional activities as n hiRh-
way robber. Old Hill's early exploits
earned tor Mm from Mr. Hinkerton the
eh.triicterization  of one of the most  re-
markable etavle-liaiided stage and train
robbess who ever operated ln thf far
Miner never belonged tn n holdup
Kaim. never posed as a bad man and
never committed B murder lb- wns
a methodical and businesslike bandit
and one of the pioneers of the Industry
he followed on ihe Pacific slope. In
1869 be sras s**rvine a term in Run
Qu.-ntin prison In California for Stage
robbery.    a_ter hts release in is7!t he
held up the I>1 Notts sta^e In Colorado,
Retting 13.600. In this crime he had the
;i listenre of one Leroy, who was captured and hnnged by the vipHance committee. Miner took the booty to the
easi sad In Chlcapo and Milwaukee
passed as a California capitalist. When
the money was spent he returned to
Colorado and then to California where
in 1KK1 with three -companies he waylaid u stace between Sonorn and Milton.
Tie was captured and sentenced to imprisonment for 86 years. He was re-
Leased In 1901.
On September S3, 1908, Miner nnd
two others robbed nn Oregan Railroad
antl Navlpatton company thraln at Mile
Post 21, near Corbett, Ore. His assist
ants were captured, one of them belnp
wounded seriouMv. but Miner escaped
In spite of a reward of $1,300 which
wns offered for his arrest. On September io of the ne>xt year Miner held up
the transcontinental express train of
the Canadian Pacific railway at Mission
Junction, pettlnt; $10,00n in pold dust
and currency. The Dominion offered a
reward of &,000 for capture, the railroad and the Dominion Bpresi company offered the slim.' amount, and the
province of Hritish Columbia $1,500.
This made Miner's arrest worth $1SJB00.
His answer was to attack tlie same
Canadian Pacific train at Ducks on May
9, l.tnc. The onplneer was compelled
to haul the mall car a mile from the
rest of the train. Miner though! the express packages were in the mail car, and
whan bs brand they were not be abandoned the job and made off. The constabulary and numerous posses pursued
him. nnd on May 14. 190fi. be was taken
with two companions. He was serving
a life sentence when he broke Jail.
Mr 1'inUerton did not tell the police
chiefs on what ground the credit of Inventing the phrase "Hands up'" is piven
to Old Hill Miner. The command fits
K SXaCtlT the purpose and needs of the
highwayman that it teems almost Impossible that it should be only half a
centurv old. Mr. Pinkerton known a
preat deal about Miner and his kind.
however, and It would be a hold man
who would Question the accuracy of his
���statement   un  this Inieresllnp  subject.
licence   to   an   extra-provin-
"COMPA-NIS8   ACT.   189"
Province  ol   UritlsU  Columbia.   J
.No     407.
This la ��o L*e,rtily that "Western Canada Timber Company Limited." is au-
thortsed and liceused to carry on business within the Province of Hritish Columbia, and to carry out or eftect all or
anv 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 1G1-4, Dashwood House. New
Broad  Strut, in the City of  London.
The amouni of tlie capital of the
Company is one hundred and BSVStttjr*
five   thousand  pounds, divided  Into one
bundn d and ieventyftve thousand
���hares of one pound each.
The head office of the Company In
this Provlnoe is situate at Nelson, ami
Lselis Hill. Manager, whose address is
Nelson,  H*  C., is  the  Attorney   for  the
Company. ,   ,
Given under my hand and seal of office iv Victoria, Province of Hritish Columbia,   this   IBth   day   of   October,  one
thousand  nine   hundred  and  seven.
[L.B.] ***��� Y*  WOOTON,
Registrar of Join! stock companies
The  objects   for   which   this   CompAQ]
has     been    established    ami    licensed
ure: ��� _
ta.i To carry on business In ( anada
or elsewhere as sawmill proprietors,
timber merchants and Umber growers,
and to buy. w'll. prow, prepare for market, manipulate, Import, export, and
deal in timber and wood of all kinds,
and to manufacture and deal in articles
of all kinds lu the manufacture of which
timber or wood is used, and to carry
on iiusiness a-s ship owners and carriers
by land and water, and ho far as may
be   deemed   expedient   tbe   business   of
general merchants, and to buy. clear,
plant and work timber estates and limits:
(b,l As the first operation of the
Company to pnrchnae or othurwlae ac
quire and take over oh a going concern
the business and underlaklnp of the
Canadian Pacific Timber Company,
Limited, and all the timber limits,
lands, building! and erections, water
right*, fixed and moveable plant and
machinery, tools, utensils, lops and
lumber, live and dead stuck, stores and
effects, and olher the property and Besets of that Company In Hritish Columbia and with a view thereto to execute
and make the igreem"��nl referred to In
Article 3 of the Articles of Association
of  the   Company:
(C.) To seek for and secure Openings
for the employ-Mill t.f capital In Canada or elsewhere, and with a view
thereto to proapect, enquire, examine,
explore and test, aud  to deoputch or
employ expeditions,  commissioners, experts  and other a^r.nt.s:
(d.) To Institute, enter into, carry
on. assist or participate in financial,
commercial, mercantile, industrial,
manufacturing, mining and other businesses, works, contract.-i and undertakings and financial operations of all
kinds, and to undertake and carry on
uny business transact i ��n or operation
commonly undertaken or carried on by
financiers, promoters of companies,
miners, bankers, or underwriters, concessionaries, contractors for public
and other works, capitalists or merchants, and to carry on a*ny other business** which may seem to the Company
capable of lielnp conveniently carried
on in connection with any of the objects
of the Company or which may be
thoupht calculated, directly or indirectly, to enhance the value of or render profitable any of the Company's property
or   riphts:
(e.) To open, promote, acquire, construct, equip, maintain, improve, work,
inanape or control, or aid in or subscribe towards tho promotion, acquisition, or construction, equipment, maintenance, improvement, working, management or control of works, undertakings and operations of all
kinds, both public and private,
and in particular roads. ways,
tramways, railways, telegraphs, telephones, cables, ships, lighters, harbours, piers, docks, quays, wharves,
w arehouses, bridges, viaducts, aqueducts, reservoirs, embankments, waterworks, water-courses, canals, flumes,
irrigations, drainage, Bawmtlls. crushing mills, smelting works, iron, steel.
ordnance, engineering and Implement
works, hydraulic works, gas and electric lighting, electrical works, power
supply, quarries, colllerieR, coke ovens.
founderies, furnaces, factories, cement,
limestone and other works, carrying
undertakings by land and water, public
and private bulldlnps. townsites. residences, cottages, stations, stores and
shops, whether for the purposes of the
Company or for sale or hire to or in
return for any consideration from any-
other companies or  persons:
(f.) To promote, make, provide, purchase or otherwise acquire, take on
lease, or agreement, acquire run-
ninp powers over, lease, let, grant
running powers over, work. use.
sell and dispose of railways.
tramways and other roads, ways and
means of access to any spart or parts
of the property of the Company, and to
contribute to the expense of promoting,
making, providing, acquiring, working
and using the same, and to purchase,
take on lease or otherwise acquire and
hold, and to erect, alter, pull down, rebuild, and adapt houses, cottages, warehouses and buildings, and to purchase,
construct, erect, hire and maintain,
work, us e, lease, sell, charter or let.
rolling stock, plant and machinery,
trade utensils and appliances, locomotives, engines, waggons, trucks, carriages, ships, tugs, barges, piers, harbours, wharves and other appliances,
works and vehicles for and used in
connection with the transport by land
or water of the produce of the Company's works  and  properties:
(g.l To make and carry into effect, arrangements with land owners, railway.
shipping or canal companies or owners, carriers and any other companies
and persons for the purposes of the
Company, and to grant mining and
other licences over, or leases of, any
part or parts of the property and rights
of the Company:
(h.) To purchase or otherwise ac
quire, hold , sell, exchange, mortgage,
charge, convert, turn to account, dispose of nnd deal In real and personal
property and rights of all kinds, and
in particular lands, buildings, hereditaments, business concerns, aud undertakings, mortgages, charges, annuities.
patents, patent rights, copyrights, licences, securities, grants, charters, concessions, leases, contracts, options, policies, book debts and claims and any interest in real or personal property,
and any claims against such property,
or against any persons or company, and
to finance and carry on any business
concern or undertaking so acquired, and
to keep up or abandon all or any of the
properties, businesses, patents or privileges now or hereafter to be acquired by
the  Company:
(IA To transact and carry on all
kinds Of agency and commission business, and In particular to collect moneys, royalties, revenue, interest, rents
and debts; to negotiate loans; to find
investments; and to issue nnd place
shares, stocks, bonds, debentures,
debenture stock or securities:
(J.) To obtain, acquire, work, let, or
dispose of any concessions or author
izatlons of any Government, municipal
body, or other authority, for any works.
or undertaking which the Company may
desire to promote or carry on. und to
obtain the promulgation of any laws or
decrees which the Company may think
necessary or expedient for or in reHpect
of uny such works or undertakings, ami
to OOM tract, equip, maintain and work
any such undertakings or works, ami
generally carry on business as contractors for public works, or to sell and dispose of any such concessions or authorizations:
(k.) To contract with or aid nny Sovereign or other Power, Government, or
State, or any municipal or Other
body, politic or corporate. or
company, or persons for or in
relation to capital, credit, means.
or resources for the prosecution of any
works, undertakings, projects or enter
prises; also to contract for uud act as
agents or otherwise in relation to loans
or securities iss ued or proposed to be
issued by any Government or State, or
municipal or other authority, or com-
l"\uy or corporation, ur persons or person:
(1.) To acquire any inventions capable Of being used for any purpoa*,- connected with any of the businesses or operations of the Company, ami to acquire
or cause to ���>������ applied for and obtaluml,
any letters patent, patent rights, licences, contracts, options, or concessions.
In any part of the world, nud to grunt
nud Issue licences for the use of the
ssmo or any of them upon such terms
and conditions as may ho considered
(m.) To subscribe for, underwrite,
huy. sell, and deal In stocks, shares,
debentures ami securities of any other
company, whether  liritish,  Colonial or
Foreign, or of any Government or authority, supreme, municipal, local or
otherwise, or of any company whose
operations may be beneficial to this
Company, or with a view to assist afty
company which may carry on, or be
about, to carry on, any business useful
tn this Company:
tn.) To purchase or otherwise acquire and undertake all or any part of
the business, property, and liabilities of
nny other company, firm or person, the
objects of which shall be altogether or
In part similar to those of this Com
pany, or to make and carry into effect
arrangements with respect to the union of interests, co-operation, partnership, or amalgamation either in whole
or in part, with any other companies,
corporations or  persons:
fo.) To sell, lease, let on hire, exchange, or otherwise dispose of absolutely, conditionally, or for any limited
Interest, all or any part of the undertaking of the Company, or all or any of
the lands. hereditaments, property,
rights, or privileges of the Company,
or all or any of its undertakings, and to
accept payment therefor In money,
shares, stock, debentures, or other obligations, either by a fixed payment or
by payments conditional upon or varying with the earnings or prufits of the
(p.) To establish and promote, or
concur tn establishing and promoting,
associations, companies, syndicates and
undertakings, to purchase or take over
the whole or any part of the property of
this Company, or any concessions,
riphts or property in which this Company has any interest, or for any of
the objects mentioned in this memorandum. To secure by underwriting or
otherwise the subscription of any part
of the capital, whether original or increased, of this Company, or of any
such association, company, syndicate,
or undertaking tm aforesaid, and to payor receive any commission, brokerage,
or other remuneration in connection
therewith, or for obtaining applications
for or placing or guaranteeing the placing of any debentures, debenture stock,
bonds, or other securities of this or any-
other company, and to make or receive
such payments or remuneration either
In cash or shares, fully paid or otherwise, or debentures as may be deemed
* (q.) To guarantee the payment or
money secured hy or payable under or
In respect of bonds, debentures, deben
ture stock, contracts, mortgages,
charges, obligations and securities of
any company, whether British, Colonial or Foreign, or of any authority, supreme, municipal, local or otherwise,
or of any person whomsoever, whether
corporate or unincorporate:
Ir.) To pay for any rights or property acquired by the Company, or any
services rendered to the Company, in
fully or partly paid shares or stock, debentures or other securities of the Company, and to makes such payments or
gifts by way of bonus or otherwise, and
either ln money or in any other value
as may from time to time be deemed
expedient for information or advice
given or for services of any kind rendered to the company, or in connection
with which the Company may he directly or indirectly, interested, and generally to make any payments or agree to pay
any commissions, with or without any
consideration moving to the Company
if it Ib considered by the Directors in
the interests or, directly or indirectly,
to the benefit of the Company to do so:
(s.) To lend money to such persons
and bodies, whether upon security or
otherwise, upon such terms as the Company shall think fit, and to guarantee
the perfomance of any contracts entered
into by persons having dealings with
the Company:
(t.) To borrow or raise money and to
issue debentures or debeutwb stock,
either redeemable or irredeemable, or
bonds or other obligations or securities
of the Company, or to create any mortgage or charge on all or any part of the
property and assets of the Company,
including its uncalled capital or otherwise in such manner as the Company
shall think fit; to take money on deposit
at Interest or otherwise, and to make,
draw, accept, and endorse bills of exchange, cheques, promissory notes, and
other negotiable instruments:
(u.) To invest any moneys of the
Company not immediatel yrequlred in
such manner as may be thought fit:
(v.) To make donations to such
persons and ln such cases, either of
cash or other assets, as may be thought,
directly or Indirectly, conducive to any
of the Company's objects, or otherwise
expedient; and to subscribe or guana
tee money for charitable or benevolent
objects, or for any exhibition, or lor any
public, general or other object, und to
establish or support, or aid in the establishment or support of associations.
Institutions, conveniences, funds and
trusts calculated to benefit any of the
employees or ex-employees of the Company, or the dependents or connections
of such person, and to grant pensions ami allowances, and to make payments towards Insurance, and apply the
money of the Company lu any way ln
or towards the establishment, maintenance or extension of any association. Institution or fund for protection of the
interests of masters, owners and employers against loss by bad debts,
strikes, workmen's combinations, fire,
accidents or otherwise, or for Insuring
or re-Insuring with any company, firm
or person, any risks, guarantees, or obligations undertaken by the Company or
to which it may he subject:
(w.) To distribute any assets of the
Company among its members in specie:
{xA To do all acts necessary to procure the Company to he duly constituted or Incorporated and registered, or
recognised, as a corporation or association in Canada or America, or elsewhere:
(y.) To carry out tlie above objects,
or any of them, either on account of the
Company alone or In conjunction with
any company, association, firm, person
or persons, and In any part of the world.
and generally to do ull such acts and
things as are Incidental or conducive
to the attainment of all or any of the
above objects, nnd the Intention Is that
the objects specified in each paragraph
of this clause shall, except where other
wise explained in such paragraph, be in
nowise restricted by reference to or inference from tho terms of uny other
paragraph or tho name of the Company.
Wa have for sale six of the finest building lots   In the  city,  situated at
the corner of Jos.-phlnc and Hoover streets. These lots are  cleared    and
fenced  and    command    a  magnificent  view. Price,  12,000  for  the six or
will be sold separately ls desired.
A great many sales have been made of lots in this charming suburb
of Nelaon and only a few best lota are left.
Don't Forget
Thnt Flre Insurance you were going to put on this fall, or that
accident and health policy you intended writing which covers
alt accidents and SI0 diseas.a. "i,***.!
Let ua quote you rates on the above.    .J-t.-*,..
McDermid Sl 'McHardy
!_���"!    *_iAf~***!-*_     __      -*���f 0w
rNEUsSOIN, 13. C.
C. P. R.
To Montreal, Toronto, and all point,
west thereof in Ontario and Quebec.
Quebec, St. John, Halifax, Maritime Province rates on application.
Tickets on sale daily December 1st to
December 31st. Round trip Firat
class.   90 day limit.
Halifax, St. John or Portland and return
Salooon��� $10*4.50. Second���$78.25.
Steerage���$55.00,   and   up  according  to
For    detailed    information,    sailings
ocean  steamers,   first   class   or   tourist
sleeper   reservations   apply     to     local
agent or
Tremont House
Kntopesn Mid ssmihisb Plu
Mul. 3S ns.   Booms Irom at cu. u> a.
onu White Rsip Employed..
BM.r Bi.. Nelson Pro.rt.lorl
Most comfortable quarters     NetsooJ
Only the beet of Liquors snd uigan.
Grand Central Hotel
Thoroughly renovated and refurnished. Rooms 60 cents upward. The
dining room is unexcelled In the city-
House heated throughout with hot
A.G. H. A..Vancouver.
I. P.A.. Nelwon
$150.00 Lot on Carbonate St.
$200.00  Two   Lots   on   Observatory   St.
cleared, fenced, small cabin. '
$325.00 Lot on Latimer.  (Small cabin.)
$450.00 Two  Lote on Latimer,   (Fenced
and  cultivated.)
F. B. UV*S
Real Estate Agent
315 Baker St.. Nelaon. B. C.
J   A. ERK.KSON, Jroprletor.
Telephone, 250.   Opposite Court Rous.
and Poatoffice. Nelson. B. C.
Queen's Hotel
Bslter atreet. Neuron. B. 0.
Large   snd   Comfortable   Bedrooms  snd First*
clsss Dining Boom.
MRS. E. C. CLARKE,  Proprietress.
Battlett   House
Best Dollar-a-Day House in Heisoo.
Th. Ber is the finest.
While m-u, Only Kmployed
Josephine Ht.
N.leou. B. O.
Royal Hotel
CAPITAL,   $25,000.00  In  25.000   shares
of $10.00 each.
MANAGER, Crozler \V. ISonrke.
OFFICE, No. 322 Daker St. (Croasdalle
& Co.)
8EE tho c.-mr-nt blocks displayed In the
Stun.lard Furniture Co.'s window
APPLICATIONS for stock are Invited
PARTICULARS and forms of Apiillca
tlon may be obtained at the Com
pany's office, or from H. A. Stewart
Bolicltor, Nelson, B. C.
Rates f 1 and tl .60 a Day.
Speoiol Rates to Reamiar Hoarders
 1 ������'*���:
All Kinds of Heating Plants ln Stock.
Vletorla St., Nr. Ooera Houa*.     Tel. It*.
W.   a.   GILLETT
Contractor nnd
Bole KK'-m fnr Iho Porto Kiro Lnmber Co., Ltd..
Tvl-ill viu'l-. Kmigh Kii'l ���,ri��.i..-.| Himl-'T. turued
work aud brat-LuiU. -noant intli and ilitniflea. Mib
and iin.it- ivnifiit. brtck and Ittne (or na.-*.
Automat.-* grludcr.
Yard um' factory: VarnonBt.. vutor Hall
M.U80IN,   H. C
ItJrrL-OD* t!
. i
<i ii
Iii* uaily Canadian.
Silver  Deposit Ware I
Do not  fail   to    see
Tht >-  are nTtwrg  tha  newest
on the market, and are equlslte In design and Unisb. The line oom
prises Tea Beta, In white and silver, end dark blue and Bilver. Ball
Cellars.  Sherbet   Seta,  Bottles, Hastes, and Vases in crystal and stiver,
antl colored glass and silver.
Our store is opett until Christmas
Watchmaker and Optician
at 35c
We were lucky enough to
secure io dozen oi these
goods. They are the odds
and ends of a whole:-ale
hosiery stock. Some sire
worth 45c and some 50c the
pair. Your choice today
at 35c the pair.
3 Pair for $1.00
Tin Bast Bard ��� oai on tat nar*
Bunkhcad lirl*-
The  Best   l��oiuestic Coal.
See Us
For Good Fruit Land
io Acre Blocks to 800
Acre Blocks.
Bedrock Prices.
Easy Terms.
H. E. Crcadsdaile &
Next Door to liank of Coam*rce
Call at the $
Queen Cigar  Store \
for anything wanted in I
and your  troubles will <
go up in smoke. <
West Transfer Co.
Cor.    Vsrnon  .,.,  I    .Yard Streetn
IVI ��� SOIM.B.G.,
II. J   MAguire, W   .1   Holloway, Winning    ���.  *    -0 '     Paha: I-'. W I la. rna. ���
1 rail; J. 1     1 ��� ��� *   1   >dj    J   P. Hffrray,
.1. F. Doble, Vancouver; O 11. N. Wilkic.
Troul Lake; *",   is  Henden  D,E*allRlver
!'. M.  P   Canni n.  Messilan;   K   v.
: ... Alma Creeh: Mrs. and M u
Snow. t. Qlendexwlng, Procter;; It. Hendricks and wile. Kaslo: .1. ll K.-rr. 1".-
Mile; Ii. H. Telford, Saskatoon: P. N.
-lydrnm, Revelstoke; .1. 1* Vrootn, \\'an-
(V. Miiulian. Spokan. . \ n West-
l.v   Minneapolis;  O.  Payne, Sew York
BUSH  &. MATT HEW. Props.
Buy Now
We have a Good Selection of
Cheap Houses from $750 to
$1500. Let us show you
thern. Some extra snaps for
investment or for a home.
BAKER    8T.
Corner of Stanley and Victoria   Sts.
Two Blocks from Depot.
H.   E.  Hunter.  Toronto;   H. O.   Hum-
C    E    Oo   am,  Slocan.   Dr.   and
B m   and son. New Denver;  0.
ii   Buchanan, Kaslo; The Cripple Creek
do   pany;   i   A. Whlttler, wile and child,
: in; J, M   Simps..n. J. A. Carr, Hew
. .Mi*- I.. T. Mlltenberger. BI  Ixrala
P. E  Bnydei   Chicago; C  I.  Plaher and
.., alp. s.  i:   i:   Phalr, W. Man
hart. Bpokasi . A. li   McNeill, Itosslan.l
��;  Carlson, a   Pal ���  <;  Stall, i.  Burn.
V.  Ilyiiim.  New   I>* liver;   W.
3. Miller, Mr.- .1   Barnui    Brand i'.irks:
W   P.   Pawkea, Caatlegar; A. Jefferaon,
-1   I., an. N. McLeod, P.
I. .-,-. C   Carton, Van, mvei : C   A   Wit
���   rd Bay; W. Raid, Resin**.; C
.      ' i,   l-s   ii   Wakefield
, I Srawford   i:.. *���:   P.  1..  B. -
ind family, Winnipeg; R. Thon
W, Talinit. Sain,..;   W. B. I'lillllps. F*l_
.1   Hav np irt, Mackenzie; .1  n  Hon.
:   Rooke, dan.I Porki; Ml     T
J   I'i ���. ���    Mn   I.   Bi iwnlee, Vinir;   Mrs
T   .1   Kelly    Midway;   .1    W.  Bennett,
Revelstoke; T. J   Greliam, Grreenwood
'I HIS Ml 1ST.
.1   Bhea, 0,  V   Band,  Woodstock;   D
McLan a,   Pen   ison     >���'.   Mobbs,  ilapld
Creek;  W   ll   ll I, Bpokan. . .1   A   Mc
I.....} Oreenwood;   *.   '.>'  BmiUi, J   New
I'll   .-ni*. ;   A    A    Ml losb, Nul- lisp;
I!    I. ,1m, . Ill   Ullss,   II. .n
nint-ion:   I)    M.-Dnl.akl.   I>    Mel.,,..I.   It
Keid   Bpokana
C.  B   le ling, ii. Nakusp;  T. A   11,.nil.
Blocan;  B. T. Hell, o. R. Smyth, Ross
W.  sine, Kah riew;  C   Kirk wood, T.
.i   Duncan,  Ii bp. mlng;  J.  Hull. w   B.
Paull, Bayward.
A. McDonald & Co.
Dealer*-: iu staple Bad fancy Groceries,
Butter, Esj-kh*
Ouuip aud  Al in"/i ' Hupplien.
N'CKERSON. the Jewelery Manufacture's Agent  will hHI  you goods from  h;hm
pies nt 'j.u per cent, less ihan regular
jiric-K direct trom the factories, in y
days from order,. Everything in the
Une.   Order now,
IOW Tiii*- iiK.ruiinf on BsksrPtrtetor8*-*n-
j ley in in anker, H Hiiusk LoAtbsr Hand Baa,
DontMnlnR pHpi-m and �� uum nf money. Kindi-r
win pieMfl it.live ni Canada I'm** una iim>k 06**1
A. M. Can. Sec. C. E.
Mining Work a Specialty.
-Offlce:  Bealey Bulldlna     P. O. Box 434
Baker It, NtUON, Bs C.
rn Bspcrlsnoe-t
itic bolldsri noe txrint t. Do
T_D   H'-ikI Waitrwi
una    Apply MuriHK-T.
\ir antkij  Two Bxpfrtsaoed Ri*i��*i- Ladlsi for
ll'ANTKD    H��ad   WsUttU fur  Holi-I   Btralh-
A Comfortable limn-- inr u fonns Lsdy- wcmUJ
lutti-iiinTMheol taaohsri or ymmi* i��-i> tn
i.ii-iii.-M. in   the city.    AddrsM K. c. liaily
T.vn KIKHi i i���io-. 1.1.ii*n.-, f.x-.txi, tieni-ud    Apply JiniiM-ki-iH.-  8rd Qat. K. W. C. PlouS.
The only chance on the metal markets today is a further decline oi two
points in tin.' price oi Bllver.
Painful Accident.
Harry Blahop, employed at Thorpe A
Co.'a, met with u painful accident yes-
uirdaj ''> the bnmUni of a bottle. Both
iii^ hands were iwrereU cut, snd Ur.
I,, bo dressed iiu- wounds.
Whist   Party.
a ttii is in progress this afternoon at
th*.' residence ol Mrs. Sturgeon, Silica
street, for the benefit of the Itnprov
ment fund of lhe Church of Mary im
maculate, it win be followed by s whisi
party tonight.
New Land Company,
The Manitoba and Western Canada
Land Company, Limited, srfth head office at Altona, Manitoba, is applying for
Incorporation In British Columbia.   The
headquarters for this province is Nelson
and W. A. Macdonald. K. C, is attorney.
L.  O.   L.
Nelson lodge 1G92, L. O. L*. was reorganized last night with the following
provincial officers: \V. M.. W. Calblck;
*-��� i retary, R. W. Hulbert. The provincial
grand master, D. C. McLaren, was present and addressed the members. A meeting to perfect organization will be held
in the Oddfellows'  hall  Dec.  19th.
The December meeting of the University Club of .Nelson, which is also the
annua1, meeting, will be held In thi
teachers' room of the public school Saturday evening, Dec. 14th, ai 8 o'clock.
Officers tor 1908 Will be elected, reports
from committees will be .received. The
president, C. M. Fraser, will read a
paper on "The Passing or the Male
Runaway Horse.
a horse belonging to McPhee's ai
; ress wagon started from the Mountain
station this morning about 10.80. Some
of the harness broke and before it could
be righted he got away, leaving the
wagon behind. Coming down Stanley
street the hai nesa caught in the hind
wheel of Thorpe's soda water vragon,
upsetting the contents into the streei
He came to a sudden slop at the bottom
of Stanley, by falling.
Churchman's Club.
Tomorrow evening a1- a quarter past
eight o'clock, there will be given in the
pariah hall, by the club, a social concert,
at which all the members of the club
ai. expected to present thetnseves together with their lady friends. An exceptionally good programme has be. D
arranged. In order to offset the cak*-s
which are to be provided by the la.lithe gentlemen will be charged an ad-
mission "i ten cents.
Well Known m Kootenay.
Arthur Dutton, who is taking such B
prominent part in the demands of the
Vancouver trades and labor council for
the dismissal of Lieut.-Governor Duns
nniir, is well known in Kootenay. He
resided for several years in Kossland
- he was identified with labor inat-
U : ������ He first came into prominence in
this province when he ran for the legislators for Victoria on the labor ticket
: L894. He was defeated and lost his
deposit. m
Supreme Court.
The case of Haggard vs. North American l-and and Lumber company, was
concluded yesterday afternoon with ths
address of ctinsel. The argument of W.
A. Macdonald. K. C. on behalf of the
defendant company, being especially
concise and forceful. The bearing of
Isaac vs. Miller was then resumed with
It. \V. Hlnton on the stand, which be
OOCUpied again all morning and pan of
this afternoon. In the course of Mr.
Hinton'S examination and cross-examin
ation no fewer than 4(j exhibits wen
Railway Commission  Delays.
A bUBliess man t.f Nelson who Imports
B lot of material from the easi expressed
his opinion on tha freight! rates to one
of his correspondents in Toronto recently and received an emphatic reply.
It was stated that rates from Toronto
to Calgan ;i" nearly double those from
Toronto  to  Vancouver     Nelson  i�� nf
course worse ->fr than Calgary. It was
11 <��� tated thai In Toronto Ihe In .aid
of trade, tin manufacturers' association.
wholesalers' association and retailers'
association had OOllectlvely and individually appealed repeatedly to the rail
way commission, "but," adds the To
ronto man. "you might as well appeal
to ii wooijen image.*' Elsewhere be do
scribes Hu* commission as a gold  hrlcl.
Jobbing   promptly   attended   to.     Plans
and Estimates.
Apply 415 Hall St. Box 385.
Xmas Cakes
We have Ihem  in  ail  Kiz.-s and   will
have ilium decorated to your own taut..1.
Choquette Bros.
Phone 268. THE  Up-to-Dste Bakers'
lN_\v LJrieci
in   INonv
Don't delay ordering ingredients for Xiiilis Cakes and
Paddings, fresh stock in.
Lemon, Orange, and Citron
Peels, Raisins in bulk and
packages,  Currants the same.
Corner Silica and Josephine Bta
We have just opened np two large
cases and we now have e most magnificent  display  ol  dressed   ."lis.
We  want  yon   to i and
tht iii-    The  sight   will   n | ���-;���   j iu
We have little ones at 80c and ~ ���
Medium slsed ones, well and prettily
dreaaed   at   75c 95c,   |1.00,   $i -."i.
11.40.  $L'.50  and   ?_ ?6
I.ar^e   on. s.   !    ��� .; dr ��� -*��� d   at
13.26,   13.50,   $4.'-'.   $5.50.   $6.96,   $6.76,
$T.L'.". and $16.00.
If you have tr, order your Xmas
things by mail, i Dtrual 'is with your
orders     We will fi 1 them promptly and
W. G. Thomson
BOOKSKLI.KR sad       TC��.1c-,r,    R    f
K*h*��r���� ..4.
THE   ��IZ_O.NX>
20,000 CLUB
Tuesday. Dec. 17.1907
Roller Skating Rink
Corner of Baker and  Falls Streets.
Tickets can be had from any member
of the . x.-cutiv.. or from the secretary
of the 20,00- club.
Ladies or gentlemen $1.00. Refreshments
F. C. GREEN       F. P. Bl'RDEn        A. H. GREEN
Ovil Engineers, Dominion and British
Columbia Land Surveyors
P. 0. B.i US    Phone 241 B.
City of Nelson License District.
We, the undersigned* give not!oe thai
at the next maetlng oi the Board of
Ucensa Commissioners we intend to ap
ply tor a transfer of tlie license of the
No Plaee Inn from Win   (.Josnell to
0    B.  WADE.
Nelson, Nov. ly,  11.07.
b-y-L.| JL-U- -, i   [   1   |  1 \Jf
��� Lll-CTRIO^g
- orS
%\ i Mli     i i i 1 i 1 isl
fjf elertrlejil work Hnished and Charged
for from th Ih shop will show you how
���squarely and honorably we conduct our
Tho e who employ us need not w
uhout our Charges and as to workn
���hin they know it  Ih the h'-st
Repairs to machinery, telephones,
promptly   attended   to
P. O. Box 166. Phone 22'
,JJ_* ... NELSON.
111 n
".*"'��''���"-'* ��..,.��.-|--r
Jl Calendar
of   &iews
Of your own town or city, could you
imagine a nicer I loliday Gift lo send
away to friends in another city, or
across the border, or to tlie Old
Country ? :s :: ::
We have a varied assortment of these
pretty View Calendars, hut there will
be a big run on them, so please maLe
your selections early. :: ::
Canada Drug & Book Co..
COR   BAKER  and   WARD. Phone  81
^1*issSlrS^**~    **
TTlinlsssls ��i"i Botati Hitsn in
Fresh and Salted Mea���
Camps supplied on shortest notice nnd
Unreel  price. Nothing hut   fnsh and
wholesome meats and supple*-, kept in utork
Mail orders r��*ccive careful atu-ution.
E.  C.   TRAVES.   iVfa-iac-ef.
$1.00 per Gallon
Telephone 101.|
��� ���-' ' '���������    '**"   ��� ��� ' i     ,   .  .
Notice is hereby Riven that tho undersigned have submitted to the Ll. u
ten;iut-<iovernoij-iu -L'ouncil a proposal
under the Rivers and Streams Act for
tbe clearing and removing obstructlone
from the Dnhamel Creek [othenriee
known as Six-.Mile ('reek) lu the his
UiCt of West Kootenay. Provinee ������!
British Columbia, and for making tht
said creek fit for rafting and driving
thereon logs, timber and lumber, snd
for greeting and maintaining dams on
the said crock, and for constructing
and maintaining booms for holding,
sorting and delivering logs and timln r
ihereon, and for attaching booms on
Kootenay Lake at the mouth of said
The lands to be affected hy snch
work are Lots 7S7. 7S8, 7601. 777::, 1894,
Mil and M18 all in Qtoup <>ne. Koote
nay District, and other lands not Crown
Qranted, ooenpiet) or improved.
Tho tolls proposer! to be charged are
such as may be fixed by Ihe Judge ol
i in-  < 'ounty  Court of  Wust   Kootenay
Dated the -Mh day of October, Km7
Filberts, Almond", Walnuts, Hra/.ils,
Chestnuts. Apple rj.icr, Northern spy
apples, Baldwin Apples, Jap Oranges,
Kigs,  large  layer, CalUornie    Orangi i
and Malaga drapes,
A   large   assortment   of   Xmas   good
Wholesale and  retail priceH   per (piant.ll y
Let Us "Sock" it to You
in the lal-st Fall and Winter nt*..-?-. of
Mens Pine HOetery We are 'ttocUif"
up wi'h the tinei.1 Soeserst impvtti
Comfortable and durable in *\-nt ind
eb B ml in SppsSTSPfS You will id-
inlre the n��-w d**slnns an-1 iat,ims.
���Ahich are poeitivel} pleising to iO
curr-ct snd particular cireiwri A'.l lut
colors, and warranted to gl\t ufanaj
and  washing satisfaction.
We v "'inl Uke to see all our patrons comfortable this winter a��-i in or-Jer to
do (�� we have in stock the best assorted lino of healing stoves aw) cookioj
t   res snd  ranges ever before presented to the public in Kooteeas.
We i o lid  be  pleased to show  yon    our lino and before making JW pw-
cha e kind y see what we have ti) offer.
J. IL Aslidown Hardware
Company. Limited.
Nelaon Bran*
N*>*-'l-!ol��j*��M!��a  Provlalona,
Uovorninent Oreamery Una Pound Hnclrs received weekly freah ft��� ������*  \
churn.    For ��tU.; l.y all lending grocer. f
Ollioe and WBrehimiw :  Houston Block,    Pnoue 79.
Josephine Street.        -        -        -        Nelson, B. C.
_fS����?S Lumber, Shingles,
L��tl-i, iVloulcliriKw, Doors, Windows.
I'urned W..rlt nnd HntcketM. Mnil Orders prraiiplly atteaM ���
vin-*Nor*. **'t*i*iiiir   -  -  -  !Ni-XL-ao(N. I*. *^*
\Vc have a full  stock of the
Limc-Solphct-Salt  Winter Spray
111 50-lh. and 1 gal. tins.
The Brackman-Ker  Milling Gw___:
l'bonu 20a.
HBH  linker St.
NEL80N, U. C.
���TQ' ��� '''������/
For Miners, Lumbermen, Ranchers,    Housekeepers.
Let as  Sappy Yot-r Nee*
Wood-Vallance Hardware Co., Ltd-


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