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FOR
HALCYON LITHIA
WATERS
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table
watere..
The
same   all   tho   time.
It's
bottled  at
the
Springs.
VOLUMB   2.     No.   264
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every evening    at
A.   tVIOlNTM
REPLY TO ATTACK
lAnswers Rev. F. H. Graham's Address
SHUW NO RESENTMENT
provincial Publication Commit lee of
Christian Scientists Give
Statement of Position.
The following letter in aelf-explana-
:. and la given tlie same prominence
a ili<- report of the address 10 which it
��� intended aa a reply:
Vancouver, April 2, l'joa.
��� 1   Dailjf  Canadian: ���
1:,    Kev.  l'\  H.  Graham's  lecture on
L iii   Science   as   reported   in   the
elsun papera on March r.ith, presents
Ii1.1l subject iu a very distoited ligm
V 11 is dm to Christian Scientist* that
>,i those misreprcbciiutiious
. . .aud.
ft'hen John sent to Jesus the enquiry
\ .lie   that siiullid come  or do
1 for another?" Jesus instead of
I upon  a  doctrinal  dlecuealon,
��� 'l    John     directly   to   Ills   work..
.������>���   words,   "Go   aud   show   John
liieae   ijilngs   which   ye   do   heftf
ml see;   the  blind  receive  their slight,
;    .    lame    walk,    the    lepers  are
I and   the  deaf  hear,   the  dead
k ��� rai ed up, and the poor have the
I -, ,'. cached to theui." This is how
1 1     Scientists     prefer   lo   make
a: aei 111 suppoit oi their belief.
thru ...:. Science is a matter of demonstration, not a form of words and the
pigna following" the deuioiistrations
10 found in the rejoicing und gratis
|l l   tbe  tliiiiisauds   upou   thousands
.lowers who testify to the healing
cry   form   of   disease   through   Its
:ul   ministrations.     The   evidence
.'   I'hrlstian   Scientists   are  obeying
I command   "Go   ye   into   u'.i   the
Id    preach   tlie  gospel  and   heal   He
its"  is  100  overwhelming  to  be any
longer disputed.    Only  within  the  pasi
mil or so a case of healing of Asiatic
->   (.credited  to Christian  Science
1 at   some   years   Haul    was   sub-
' ted   before     the     United   States
p-       oommlttee.
i'or forty years Christian Science has
ail     ood     the     maledictions  of  pulpit
ki'l press   but   this   lias   in   no   way   ,1,
i   ii;.   merciful   mission.     Most   of
..lids   points   of argument   have
��� I'd in tlie press   ii'iiii   time to
��� and have been atnlwajred.   it vfould
Impossible,   in   tlie   space  of a   lettf 1
I    ������ '   with them all, 1 win therefore
I        generally.
Faith-cure, will-power, hypnotism and
l*I>inttiulUm are not concomitant witli
Korlstlan Science practice. Christian
��� Science Is based on the Bible teaching
I "hat Qod, Spirit, Love is al'. In all. God
|Miic, omnipotence, all power, there Is
jii> opposite power. Wh vrould say
|,: i' i;.m1 who ls omnipotence is unable
|1o destroy sickness, or that lie require!
|ai|> man made systems to help iiim in
lrelleving man from his dlalreaiea?
Kortstlance Science does not leach de-
I vniioi,,. on the supposed subtle power
| "! -"I Individual to cure sickness but H
iistiuet the student to obey tlie
[��ommand, literally and absolutely,
"iu shall have no other Qod before
'" (spirit), and emphatically con-
Idomiia ihe practice of "mind upon
"""'i' or Hie worshipping of personal-
'>' in any  degree.
1(11 Mr. Graham is reported (o have
-"ii ihai "Tho issue is 1101 us Christian
Scientists would have ii, 'What does
the Bible Bay about Divine healing?'
I"" Whal does lhe Bible say In refer
""'" to remedies       d physicians?"
���'""'it Instructe. he disciples "Ileal
sl('k. cleanse ������ lepers, raise the
��ea(,i easl out devi'  : freely ye have re-
fed freely give. is it more reason
*p,�� <�� Interpret t>     latter pint of ihe
*t as  meaning "freely  ye   have   re
,,u"i "f ihe understanding or Qod uud
in "
creation, or freely ye huve received
"! Material remedies?"    In telling nit
"W01'f what to provide  Ior the Jour
-' no  mention  Is  made  of  medicine.
'"' ''��ii any record he found thai Jesuf
'."',l ughl but God to perform Mis
Jr&oleB.   "Why should it be thought 11
ltt8    Incredible    witli  yon,   that  God
""l|tl raise the dead?"   (Acts 20-8.)
to conclusion 1  desire lo say  thnt  it
1 a Biuss Injustice to Mrs. Eddy to ln-
tllc
ter thai she made use of the Bible to
gain a hold upon her followers. Mrs.
Biddy's writings agree with the Bible
teachings and it is possible iur anyone
to prove Hi.- principle taughl therein
und thus avoid placing ,i. pendenoe mi
personal oponlon on the matter, in
refutation oi tbe various assertions to
nu- iif-ii tiiut this lady's writings are
nonsensical, eti , a  is rather Interesl
thai to reman 1    that    within a tew
months the government 01 Prance con-
ferred upon Mrs. Odd] the honorary
decoration ot Under d'Academlc, utn-
cei 01 un- Francs academy, In recognition 01 distinguished services. .win.
1..lay is uie lust woman to i..-,v.-
tnls distinction. ihe Cnrlstion Pub-
iisuiug Society had au exhibit 01 tnrs.
End; s Wul'Ks at the recent expuslLlou
al Paris, 101 which Mrs. Euuy waa
uuaided the Ursvnd Prize, and received
a.so a diploma ul honor as lhe luunder
01 the christian Science movement,
furthermore manj ui the leading wni-
ers ui in. day publicly proclaim Mrs
hhluj 10 rn- not i.nii a great benetao
tress 10 man Kind but an ain..ui whose
wonts are appreciated by ine most In-
tellecutal people in the luuu.
Ctulstlan Scientists are learning to
love one another ami have no desire
lo think Wmngly ot anyone who diilem
trom   their  belief   bui  rather wish  to
live 111 peace Willi ail men" and as l.u
as in them lies lu carry out the spirit
ul   Al.la.1.1111    lu   Lot,   "Let   tilde    be   no
Strife, I pray ihee, between me and
thee, and between nu herdmea and thy
herdmen;   for we be brethren."
Thanking    you    for your  space  and
courtesy, yours sincerely,
ARTHUR W. lilCGS,
l'ubllcutiou  oommlttee  on   Christian
Science for tlie proviuce of British  Columbia.
INTERNATIONAL   TENNIS.
Former Champion   Eustace   Miles Seeks
to Regain  Lost Laurels.
New York, April ti���Interest of lovers of tennis is centered In the annua!
tonmamonl lor the amateur court tennis championship or America, which
opened today at tlie Racquet and Tenuis Club in this city aud will continue
through the greater part of lhe wei u.
The   tuiii iiain.iit   is   exciting  more  lhau
ordinary   Interest   because   Brustace  H.
.Miles of London, former clunnpiou of
Great Britain, is to fry tu regain his
lost laurels. The holder of the title is
Jay Could. Several months ago Gould
announced that because of his college
work he would be unable to defend
the title which he wrested from Mllea
a year ago. but subsequently lie changed his mind. In coining here it is believed ihat tlie Bmgllshman is prompted
more by the desire to turn the
tables on Could than by any special
longing in regain the title, which Ie'
has held on so many occasions.
According to the rules governing tlie
tournament the holder of the championship shall UOl play, but shull defend
his title if Challenged by tile winner.
Court tennis men are Inclined to pick
.Miles to go right through the tournament, thereby earning the right to challenge Could. If ihls forecast proves
rect the match between Gould and
Miles will be played on the second
day succeeding the final in the tournament unless otherwise ordered by the
committee,
First Hindu Temple in America.
San i-'laueiscii, April 8.- Tile first
Hindu temple lu the western world was
dedicated last night. The edifice is
modelled after the great Taj .Mahal of
India.
Sixty-One   Days   Asleep.
Los    Angeles.   April    ti.     Mrs.    Beuhlll
Hawkins  has completed  the sixty-first
day of a sleep lhat lias puzzled and
baffled   ttie   many   physicians   who  have
Investigated tha case, she shows no
sign of awakening and but tittle hope
for her recovery is entertained, it is
gi nerally believed that Mrs. Hawkins
Is at limes conscious of what is going
on around Iter.
Trying To Avert Strike.
Indianapolis, April 6.���Coal opeia-
tors and representatives of the United
Mine Workers of America in Ihe ecu
tral competitive Held, consisting of
Western Pennsylvania, Ohio, Indiana,
and Illinois, will meet here ihis afternoon 111 consider a proposition made
by ihe miners' organisation through
President Lewis to Issuo a cull for 11
joint wage convention to rehabilitate
lhe Inter-state agreement and If necessary, 10 iix the date tor the resump-
lion of bituminous mines, pending let
tlcuiont of a wage Beale.
NELSON. B. C.. MONDAY, APRIL 6   J 908.
FlF lYUNr   A    MON
TH
premierj.etii.es
Rt. Hon. H. H. Asquith Will
SUMMONED TO BIARRITZ
Sir Henry Campbell Bancermaa Steps
Out of Office To Regain Health-
Cabinet Changes.
Biarritz, April ti.���Sir Henry Campbell Hamicrmau, the British prime minister, lias resigued. Herbert Asquith
chancellor  of   the  exchequer,  has   beeu
summoned here for a oonferenoe with
King Edward.
Loudon, April ti.���The bulletin issued
this morning regarding lhe healtu of
Sii Henry Cumpoell-JJauuetmun sayB
that lhe patient had a good night and
thai  his  condition  remains  unchanged.
Au lutormai coulereuce of ministers
under the presidency of Herbert Ii. As-
quith, chancellor ol lhe exchequer, was
held prior to the commencement of today's silling uf parliament. The situation was discussed iu a general way,
the premier elect being anxious lo hear
tlie views of his colleagues concerning
eabinei changes, bince, iu view of ill
success at the recent elections, the cabinet is lo be rearranged so as to avoid
as far as possible the election coutesis
made uecessary when members of lhe
house of commons or holders of under
secretaryships are elevated to cabinet
rauk. Apart from forecasting the new
cabinet the discussion in the bouse of
commons lobby today 'urned chiefly on
the probable effect of Campbell-Banner-
inan's retirement on the ministerial
coalition, it ls undisputed that the ex-
premier's lact and popularity were the
moral bond holding together tbe influential but somewhat discordant elements which have been in power up to
this time. The Liberal leaders appear
to be quite well satistied with the situation but some of them question the
power of such an Imperialistic as Asqulth to keep the Laborites and Socialists from breaking away from all allegiance lo tlie government coalition.
LATTER   DAY   SAINTS.
Offshoot   of   Mormonism   in   Session   in
Missouri.
Independence, Mo., April fi.���The annual general conference of the Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints began this morning In
the church here. The Reorganized
church, commonly called tile Joseph-
ttes, are distinct from the Brighainites
of the Utah church, and there Is very
little affiliation between the two bod
les  in  a  religious  way.
The conference was opened by Pies
ldent Joseph Sinlt, who, with his son,
Frederick M. Smith, and R. C. Kvans.
of Loudon, Ontario, compose the first
presidency, and are the presiding officers al tlie conference. The morning
was devoted to opening ceremonies and
a sermon at 11 o'clock, und the first
business meet ing was held this afternoon. Tlie oommlttee on credentials
reported delegates from .Maine to California, and from Hawaii, Australia and
other countries, this being the general
Conference of the church of lhe  world.
The conference will be In session
for about two weeks, uud will dispose
or a large amount of routine business.
The business is always transacted at
tlie afternoon sessions, tlie morning
and evening sessions being devoted to
religious services, with sermons from
two lending men each day. The three
composing the first presidency und the
quorum of twelve occup the pulpit of
lhe church.
Dies of Wound.
New York. April fi.���Mrs. Rose Randall, Who was shot In the face by her
husband, Hveretl w. Randall, in their
home in Brooklyn, a week ago, died In
a hospital today of her wound.
Attempt on Pier and Plant.
New York. April 6.���Efforts to destroy
lhe pier and equipment used by the
McCllntuck-Marshall Construction company In the construction of a now pier
for the While Star line, were made lasl
night.    Two bombs were exploded with
little effect although the force of the explosion roused thousands Trom Blumber
and drew u large crowd to the place
where the bombs were placed to the
west side of the pier. A hoisting boiler
was exploded and a big locomotive
crane which was lu use on a temporary
track on the pier was demolished.
There was uo one near the place at the
time of the explosion, and no one was
injured.
PORTUGESE   ELECTIONS
No   Republicans  Are   Elected   to   Date���
Leaders  Charge  Fraud at  the  Polls
���Riot   in   Lisbon.
Lisbon, April t*.���The counting of the
bdlioltt cast in tlie elections in Portugal is being held up iu some districts
and tbe boilot boxes are being guarded
by the police and tioous. iNui a single
Republican Has tiius lar been declared
t-iected, although tbe results of luV districts are understood to uave been con.-
pieteu. The city ui in a lever over lasL
ni.JiL:. rioting, which followed the protest of ihe nupubiicatiH that ihey were
being delruuded at the polls. No oth-
'.���'.11 statement as to tne uuuioer of persons killed or wounded as tne result ot
the noting, has yet been issued, penu-
mg whicn action no estimate can be
obtained. Later the olhces of tne newd-
paper organs of tne ir'raucoisis and N��r
iioualisUi parties were moued by a
Ciowd of rioters who rinaliy bed in terror to their homes, the cavalrymen dispersing every group which had assembled in   the  streets.
The city is in a state of intense excitement over the riots of last nlghi,
brought about hy the indignant protests
ol the Republican element that it was
being defrauded at the polls. Great
crowds filled Pedro Square and were
massed in front of Dominique church,
these points being the chief centres of
the Republican disorder. Cavalry and
infantry were called from their barracks, and charged the multitude. Aa
the troops advanced they were met hy
showers of stones. The soldiers charged
repeatedly, finally opening fire on the
mob.     Intense  disorder ensued-
One observer says the streets were
literally red with blood. No official
statement of the number of killed and
wounded has yet been issued, and pending authority from government sources
no official press statement is permitted
to be telegraphed. Following the bloody
street affray three newspapers, the organs of the Francolsts, the Regenerators, and the Nationalists, were mobbed.
The crowd finally fled in terror to tlueir
homes, the cavalry pursuing the groups
through the streets and dispersing them
as they sought to reform at the street
corners. The counting of ballots of
yesterday's election proceeds slowly.
Some districts are being held up by
order of the government. The ballot
boxes are being guarded by the police,
backed by a large force of troops. Thus
far not a single Republican candidate
has been elected, although the results
in 107 distrcts are understood to be
complete.
Paris, April ti.���The gravity of the
rioting at Lisbon last night is not yet
known in this city. Lu accordance with
an old time practice the censorship of
despatches was inaugurated as soon as
bloodshed occurred. It is evident, however, that the Republicans began the
demonstrations because of the methods
used to suppress their votes. The
troops, it is said, were forced to fire on
the rioters, but there is no indication
here of the number of persons killed or
wounded.
Evelyn's  Divorce Case.
Counsel for Evelyn Neshitt Thaw today filed in the supreme court the suit
for annulment asked on the grounds
that Thaw was insane at the time of
their marriage. Papers in the proceedings were served on Thaw several
Weeks ago. Russell Poabody, counsel
for Harry K. Thaw nnd his mother,
Mrs. William Thaw, both of whom are
named as defendants in the action, filed
n notice with the court today consenting to the appointment of a referee to
take testimony. Daniel O'Reilly said
thut Evelyn Thaw would sail for Europe
Saturday.
I.  O.  O.   F.
Tlie regular meeting of Kootenav
Lodne, N. 16, I. O. O. F., will be held in
their lodge room tonight. There Is a
lot of important business and a large
attendance Is requested.
Mrs.  Gould  Wants  Jury.
New York. April 6.���A dlsagreeniou'
between Knthorlne Clemmons Gould
and her husband, Howard Oonld. as to
whether Mrs. Gould's suit for separation should he heard before a jury or n
justice of the supreme court, became
evident today. Counsel for Mrs. Gould
applied to .lusttce Dowltng for a framing
of tho Ipsiipi -if 'ho ptipn. pn thnt th"
action would be heard by a Jury. It
was op'iosed bv Mr. Gould's counsel
who nssort^d that (ho allegations of
Mrs. Gould were not Ruch as should be
submitted to a jury but rather to a
court. Just ire Howling reserved the
decision.
PUT UNDER BAN
Archbishop Begin Forbids
Certain Dramas
DESCRIBED AS IMMORAL
Use of Moving Pictures in Churches
Also Condemned���Canada
From Ocean to Ocean.
Quebec, April ti.���Archbishop Begin
has put lire bun un certain theatrical
perioriuauces recently given iu this
city. Exception is taken to a recent
drama which is said to ridicule religion,
and pander to lower passions, and was
a degradation of public morals, in one
of thu Uouian Catholic churches moving
pictures were also put under ban.
Newmarket, April 6.���North York
Liberals have nominated ex-Warden W.
H. JohnBton Ior the legislature at the
next election.
London, April 6.���East Middlesex
Liberals have nominated John Uilnon
for the legislature.
Toronto, April 6.���Local carpenters
have signed a renewal for a year of the
old agreement giving them a minimum
of ��.; cents an hour.
Winnipeg, April 6.���The street railway employees were in session from
midnight last night until 4.30 this morning. The contract with the company-
expires April 7th, aiid they have several
grievances. Among the demands which
are formulated are an eight hour day
without reduction of pay, seats for mo-
tormen and pea jackets in winter. The
meeting was not harmonious. It is understood that a majority favored an immediate strike if the demands are not
favorably considered.
Vermillion, April 6.���A station man
named Peterson was killed at Parson's
camp on Saturday by dynamite. He
was loading some block holes, and it is
said he was smoking at  work.
Calgary, April 6.���J. Morrice, who for
some time was accountant of the Alberta Biscut company and was dismissed a few weeks ago, was arrested
in Winnipeg on Saturday, and will be
brought back here to fact a charge of
fraud. The company claims that he
made a false entrj in the books. Affairs at the factory got Into very bad
shape and ft went into liquidation, the
closing down of the plant being caused
by poor management. Morrice and
Johnstone, the manager, were dismissed at the same time.
Calgary. April 0.���The first municipalities ln Alberta to take advantage
of the clause of the liquor license ordinance providing for local option by
t three-fifths vote, will be the towns of
Olds and Claresholm. This decision
was reached at a meeting of the Alberta Temperance mid Moral Reform
League held at Red Deer Friday, to
consider questions of interest to the
league. Application will be made at
once to the attorney general's department for the necessary legal steps to
have this locul option vote arranged
for.
Calgary. April ti.���A. S. Craig, who
for the past live years has filled the
responsible position of superintendent
of ..flip Calgary Milling company's plant,
left last night for Dnluth, Minnesota,
where he will take charge of the large
plant of the Dnluth Superior Milling
company which has a daily capacity of
5.000   barrels  of  flour.
Toronto. April (li���The hoard of trade
has decided to tender* sv banquet to Sir
Thomas Shanghnessy. president of the
C. P. R., on tho occasion of the opening
of (he short route to the west via Bud
bury. The event lakes place on June
15th.
Halifax, April fi.���The supreme court
of Nova Scotia has given a unanimous
decision that the directors of the de
fund Bank of Yarmouth aro personally
liable to the shareholders for a portion
at least of the losses by the failure of
the bank.    An order was granted that
they make restitution. It Is
that the sum payable by the
will be 130,000.
probable
directors
Montreal, April 6.���John Torrence,
who for many years was head of the
Dominion line of steamships for Canada, with headquarters in this city,
died at 10 o'clock this morning. Death
was due to pneumonia. He was born
in 1835.
Toronto. April 6.���Customs officials
here have heid up tor investigation tour
carloads ot Passover biscuits wnich had
oeen shipped lrom the united States
aud were said to be under valued, 'ine
consignment is valued at 13,000.
Montreal, April ti.���Twelve men were
arrested last night in the American
ciud, an alleged gambling resort. Each
was fined "HO and costs by Judge La-
loutaiue this morning.
Quebec, April ti.���Word has been received here tium Sudbury, Out., of a
SLi'ious acciuent tu Laurence Price, C.
!���.., sou ul ri. al. Puce, a well known
lumber prince ol this city. The sou
was engaged ln mining and fell down
a shaft, and was rendered unconscious.
Toronto, April ti.���Captain James
Richardson, one of the best known marine men on the lakes, died this morning. He had been in the employ of the
Niagara Navigation company.
Brantford, April 6.���W. Dyer, colored,
was sentenced this morning to 23
months in central prison for an assault
von his  ten year old niece.
SENSATIONAL   SURGERY.
New   York    Surgeons   Sew    Up    Knife
Wound  in the Heart.
New York, April 6.���The World today
says: "With a knife wound ln his heart
at every minute bringing him nearer
death, Robert Inglis, a young athlete of
Yonkers, who was taken to St. Joseph's
hospital In that city and within fifteen
minutes was on the operating table
where the surgeons opened his breart,
lifted out the heart, put three stitches
in It, and replaced the organ. A few
nours later the patient was able tu
talk and the physicians said that his
recovery was possible although his con
dition was extremely critical With the
chances against him. Inglis received
his wound following a wordy conversation wilh three strangers in the street.
The stitches had to be taken when the
heart was distended or between beats,
for had they been taken when the organ
was contracted, they would have been
torn away when the heart swelled again
with blood. The removal of a portion
of two ribs on the left side was necessary before tbe heart could be taken
out."
Daniah Statesman Dead.
Copenhagen, April 6.���Wilhelm Las
sen. the Danish minister of finance, died
In this city this afternonn, of stomach
complaint of long standing. The Folk-
thing adjourned ita session out of respect to the dead minister.
Dlatresa in Philadelphia.
Philadelphia, April 6.���The city council will be asked to appropriate not less
that $50,000 to relieve the distress
among the unemployed and their families, according to action taken yesterday at a meeting of the unemployed.
A committee was appointed to go before
the council finance committee and impress them with the fact that more than
25,000 persons are out of employment.
Mayor Reybourn has Issued a call for a
meeting of the citizens' permanent relief committee tomorrow to cinsider relieving the distress.
Japaneae Invade Conaulate.
.Mukden. April ti.���Four Javanese entered the United States Consulate today and brutally attacked the native
staff in revenge for a private spite.
Consul General Straight made a requisition on the Chinese police and the
Japanese were arrested aud taken to
the Japanese consulate. No apology
has yet been offered. It is expected
that the matter will be made a subject of diplomatic action.
Prices  af   Matala.
New York. April 6.���Silver. 55Hc.
London.   April   6.���Silver,   25   7-16d.;
lead,   ��14.
Opening   Copper  Quotations.
New York. April 6, 1908.
(By McDermld & McHardy.)
Asked Bid
Granby   $100.00      $90.00
Dominion Copper....      2.12V4        1 8714
B. C. Copper       4.87 %        4.50
OBhY iJPPUSIilON
tivil Service deform is
imperative
MEASURE IS EXPECTED
Other Departments To Be Investigated
���Governors' Terms FTta��m,��>tj���
News of Parliament.
Ottawa, April 6.���The recommendations of the civil service commission
in favor of increased salaries will be
presented at this paiii...uent for approval. The government may also brine
down legislation on the subject of civil
service reform.
The term of Lieutenant Governor
Jette of Quebec has expired but It is
understood he will continue in office
until after the tercentenary celebration
at Quebec. i
The term of Lieutenant Governor
Clark of Ontario also expires April 21,
and it ls possible he will be succeeded
by Sir Richard Cartwright but not until
next fall.
It is understood that at the present
session parliament will have an opportunity for expression of Its views ln regard to the All Red line project. Although little or nothing has been heard
of the matter for some time the enterprise ls said to be far from having been
abandoned.
The Canadian Club expected to be
honored next month with the presence
of Sir Charles Tupper, but it is informed that owing to the delicate health ot
Lady Tupper the veteran statesman
may be unable to come.
EQUIP  EVERY  H08PITAL.
Provincial   Order   in Council   Requires
Accommodation for Consumptives.
Victoria, April 6.���An order in c ..
cil has ben  passed making it coin  u
sory on hospitals receiving governme i
aid  to  provide  accommodation  fo
ses of tubercu!o-.is in advan-ed a
Dr. Fagan said today that a sann.ti u
for advanced cases would be estabhsn
ed  either  in  the  lower  Fraser valley,
In the vicinity of Yale, or on Vancouver
Island.
Hon. H. E. Young, ln explaining this
new order, bas stated that ln future
all hospitals drawing aid from the government would have to provide the
means for giving accommodation and
treatment to advanced stages of tuberculosis. The sanatorium at Tranqullle
was Intended only for incipient cases.
There it was hoped that patients would
be cured. -f'Tlaal
There are a number of advanced cases In the country, however, in homes.,
where the means do not exist for giving comfort to those afflicted. Tho
new order In council Is passed in order to give some of these poor people an opportunity to spend their last
days ln some sort of comfort.
Every hospital now deriving aid trom
the government, which means practically every hospital In the province,
will have to be In a- position to set
aside a room or two as Isolation quarters for consumptives tn advanced stages. The hospital will draw tbe per
capita grant for these from the government just as in other cases.
Hon. Dr. Young says that by this
means the municipality will be relieved fro mthe duty of having to care for
many cases of this kind, and the system will be a much better one from
a humanitarian standpoint.
Tenements Collapsed.
Lonodn, April 6.���Two old houses In
Castle street, Oxford, collapsed early
this morning as the result. It ls supposed, of a gas explosion. It is believed
that forty people, mostly Germans, are
burled lu the debris.
Up to noon eight bodies had been
taken from the ruins ot the Castle St.
tenement and It was believed that several others are still burled ln the debris.
Twenty persons have been taken oat
alive and strangely none are seriously
Injured.- The accident which was at
first thought to be due to an explosion
of mis. bow turns out to have been
caused through the foundations of tbe
structure being weakened by the excavations for a new building adjoining. ..
,:F[
1 ..J Daily Canadian
Important Notice to Newcomers and Intending Settlers
The Hudson's Bay Stores
ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR
Ranchers', Miners', Prospectors',
Lumbermen's and Railroadmen's
Suppplies   and   tne    Leading
FAMILY   GROCERS
We keep the best of everything, and the best only.
Our immense business and practically unlimited capital give us sped:
Vantages in buying, so that we can  sell,  and   do   sell,    HIGH    CLASS
GOOOS at prices generally charged   for INFERIOR   ARTICLES.
Flour, Bran, Shorts and Hay Always in Stock
HUDSON'S BAY STORES
NELSON, B. C.
Imperial Bank of Canada
Head Office:   Toronto.
Capital Authorized $10,000,000    Capital   Paid   up $4,925,000
Rest    $4,925,000
HON   ROBEKT JAFFKAY, Vice-President
D  K   WILK1K. President.
Branches in British Columbia:
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VANCOUVER,    VICTORIA.
SAVINGS DEPARTMENT
Interest allowed on  deposits  from date of deposit and credited quarterly.
��J.   M.   LAV,   Manager.
NBUSOIN  HKA.NCH
The Royal Bank of Canada
Capital...
Incorporated  A.  D.   1869.
HEAD OFFICE,  MONTREAL.
 $3,900,000     Reaerve Fund	
*4,39e,00O
Unexcelled facilities for the transaction
of all klnda of Banking  Business.
SPECIAL ATTENTION given to the
.savings Bank Department, and
interest credited Quarterly on
Savings Bank Accounts.
HOME SAVINGS BANKS Furnished
on Application, In Large, Medium
or Pocket Size.
Nelson Branch, G. A. SPINK, Manager.
THE DAILY CANADIAN
Published ,\x lari s weel xj me
MLsTAMAJi  FCBLlBHINlj COM 1*ANY, Ltd.
Biler Tit..  Nelson. B. C
Subscription raits, Mi cents s month delivered
ln ins cltj. or i ' s 'ear II acnt by msU, when
paid ln ....     .
Advertising rata* on application.
All monies paid ln settlement oT Tbe bally
Canadlan sc<.ounu. either lor aubserlplloha or
adTtrualnc. muat ot receipted for on the printed
forma ol the Company. Other receipts sre not
ratio.
Monday,   April   6,    1908.
EVEN   THE   GLOBE.
The Toronto Globe declares tliat tlie
comoositiun of the Civil Service Commission, especially the chairmanship or
Mr. Courtney, is sufficient proof that
the government's intentions were Irani,
and honest. Tbey may hare been. Borne
time ago we conceded thai Sir Wilfrid
Lauiier probably knew very little of
the iueilii.ieiicy and deiiiuiaii/.atlon of
many of the departments, But the
Qlobe ha.-> no woid of defence,���and
therefore, oi coarse, mattes do reference
to it���ol Mr. Fielding r, rejection of the
first drait of the report and Insistence
on revision, not ol Mr. Brodeur's ihel-
tared atta'-k on the report before i' wm
in the hands ui members.
The Globe also ciuiins credit for the
party from the prompt aoqulscence ol
Sir Wilfrid Laurier and Mr. liiodeiir in
Mr. Borden's demand for a detailed Inquiry Into the conditions in the depart
ment of marine and iisheries exposed
by the report. We are disappointed
that what seems to us a natural corollary hus not occurred to the Qlobe,
namely, Unit the militia department, being in like evil case, should also he Investigated.
liut the most interesting aud important part of the Globe's comment is the
following:
"It ls not necessary, however, to
await this jiarticular inquiry beforeooii'
sideling tho report that is already in
the hands of parliament. It Is not
necessary lo believe that tho finding of
lie  commissioners la inerrants In every
particular to agree with them lu the
general conclusion that under the present system the civil service is found
wautiug. The government cau have no
totereetj any more than the opposition,
in maintaining a civil service system
that yields poor results. Both sides
should join together iu remedying evi.s
and applying the experiences that public administration in other countries
supplies. The opposition will themselves
some day have to work the machine.
Tbey are Interested, therefore, in making it as perfect as It can be mail'.
The opposition leader has declared for
civil service reform. Mr. Blftoa, one of
the big minds oi parliament, has declared ior it. There has been a great
deal ol time wasted this session. Would
it not be possible to get the combined
wisdom of parliament centered ou this
reform, and make lhe session of 1UUS
uoteil for pulling once l"i at] ill. public
service on a wise anil useful fooling?"
Mr. Blfton, one of the big minds of
parliament, haa declared for it." Quite
true. Bui In thl n ,,. . i Br! .sition
stands absolutely alone In the Liberal
part) .. repreai oted In the common*.
.Mr. Foster offered a definite resolution
on the subject sir Wilfrid Laurler
praised Mr. Foster's puriK.se but could
not accept the resolution.   Th<  real at-
tltUde   of   the   party   was   shown   by   thu
applause thai arrested mi. Roche's declaration that the Liberals, having suf-
fi red It years in opposition, were entitled now to full enjoyment of the patronage,
I In- Globe's suggestion may be un-
Intentional but it is none the less direct. Mr. Sifton, "one of the big minds
of parliament," agrees entirely with
Mr.   Borden  on  this subject,  while  the
INOTICE.
Take notice that thirty da', a after
date, I. Harry Hhynmll, Intend to
apply to the License Commissioners of
Ymir district for a House to open an
hotel ln Kitchener, II. C.
Dated Ihls 2Dth day of March, 1908.
HARRY RHYMELL.
other Liberals, presumably smaller
minds. Including the premier, are opposed.
EDITORIAL  COMMENT.
The long monotony of the somnolence
of the Dominion senate has been disturbed. A bill to grant a charter to a
jiower company in New Ontario was approved by the government and passed
by tin- commons. Premier Whitney
proti .-led Ihut the granting of such a
charter was a flagrant violation of provincial rights, and threatened to appeal
to Uie Imperial privy council. The
senate has agreed with Mr. Whitney
againsl the Dominion government, and
thrown out the bill. A few such acts of
intelligent aud honorable independence
would go far to rehabilitate the senate
in  the  public esteem.
Whatever imaginary justification there
may have beeu for our contemporary's
ni.ee at our reference to Mr. Koss, what
justiiicaiion or excuse can there be for
the following: "Electors of Yale-Cariboo 'should ask themselves where
either Martin Burrell or Price
Ellison would have lined up on
the vole for railway competition in Southern JJriUsh Columbia."
This is equivalent lo an assertion that
either Mr. Uurrell or -Mr. Ellison would
hate voted for corporation interest
even if they had recognized it as being
against public interest. The career of
Price Ellison in the provincial legislature, which even the local Liberal organ
has acknowledged repeatedly to be independent and public spirited, gives the
He to the insinuation as against him.
In the case of Mr. burrell it ls gratuitously insolent and only harmless because of Its imbecility. Martin Burrell's
record in BrIUsh Columbia makes hiB
name absolutely safe against any such
attempt  at  slander,  direct  or Indirect.
Moved by the indignation of our local
contemporary we tender our sincere
apologies to Mr. Duncan Ross, M. P..
for having even seemed to associate his
name with those of Messrs. Sifton, Hy-
man, Emmerson and  Sir Fred.  Borden.
If yon want upholstering or cabinet
work for this spring get it done now.
We have some choice quarter cut oak
and will build you a piece of furniture to
order at the price of factory goods. See
us for second hand poods.
DEINT <& CO.
Turner Beeton Block. 606 Vernon Street.
NELSON.
Certificate  of Improvements*
NOHCK.
"April Fool" No. 2 Mineral Claim, ���linate
in ibe Nelion Miniug LMriiloiiof Weat Kootenav
District.
Where located: Between Hajrle and Sandy
���"rt'tiki. and about una half mile from tbe doorman Mill.
J ake nottee tbat f, F c. 'ireen. acting at agent
for J. P. awed berg, Free Mlner'i Cenfflcate No.
B7475, intend, aixty dayi from the date hereof,
to apply lo the Mining Kecorder for a Certificate
Ol Iinprovrmenu, (or the purpoae of obtaining a
Crown 'irant of tne abort? claim.
An-i further take notice that action under
���ec-Mon 31, muat be commenced before the iaaj-
ance of altefa 'erliflcate of Improvement!-
Dated thli aWth day of January. A. ll., 1907.
��  C.ORKKN,
Nelaon. Ii. C.
CANADIAN
Pacific
RAILWAY
One-Way Colonist
Rates to Alberta and
British  Columbia
From TORONTO
BRANTFORD
QUELPH
QALT
LONDON ��46.05
KINGSTON  50,10
OTTAWA  51.40
OTTAWA via Chicago  62.45
MONTREAL  62.70
QUEBEC  56.00
8T. JOHNMONCTON  60.96
HALIFAX  63.46
Tickets on sale Feb. 28th, April 29th,
1808. Corresponding low rates from Intermediate points.
For further Information as regards to
rates,  etc.,  apply  to
0   B. MePHKKSON',
u.l'.A.. Wltinlpo.
W. H. DKAOON
J. MOE,
D P. A., Helton
Pure and Cheap
We have 1000 pounds of
PURE    MAPLE   SUGAR
which we will sell at a bargain
5" lbs. for 61.00.
Special prices for larger lots.    Come
ln   and  Inquire.
Choquette Bros,
Phone 258.
THE  Up-toDate  Bakers
NOTICE OF APPLICATION  FOR
TRANSFER OF LIQUOR LICENSE.
Notice is hereby given that application will be made by tlie undersigned
at the ne*t sitting of tlie Board of
License Commissioners for the City of
Nelson, to be held thirty days after the
date hereof, for a transfer of the liquor
license standing ln the name of the
Estate of George Harrison (deceased i
for the premises known as the Lakeview
Hotel ln the City of Nelson, situate on
Lots 13, 14 and 15, iu Block 67, Subdivision of Lot 95, Group 1, Kootenay
district, to Napoleon Mellette of the
said city.
Dated this 17th day of March, A.D.
1908.
JAMES   H.   HARRISON,
Administrator of the es'ate and effects
of George Harrison  (deceased.)
Coal! Ice! Wood!
Phone 265
Kootenay Ice and Fuel Co*
Limited
OFFICE:
N. C.coi. Baker   and   Ward   Ste.
Cancellation of Reserve.
Notice li hereby giren tbat the renerye ��TOT
certain landi f& 4outb-��aat Kootenay, notice of
wbich apyaareu in tne Brltlih rolumbia (.iaxette
of the 14th of Auffuit, ISaH) and bore date of Au
gust 12tb. 1*90, fi bereby cancelled The above
mentioned landi will be open for location under
the Land Act on March 30, 100ft.
ROBT A. RENW.CK.
Deputy Cornmluionar of Landi and Worki
Landi and Work. Department,
Victoria, H. 0., December lfltb, 1907.
Tremont House
Korooeen and American Plan
Mean v> et*.   Kooma from 2�� eta. to 11.
only White Help Jfcn ployed
MALONE   *   TRSQUiLUS
Better St., Nelion Proprietor*
Athabasca
Saloon**.
CORNER
BAXZF AND
10OTENAY
STREETS.
Most oomfortsble quarters      nelson
Only tl.r beat ol Liquors and olgars
BILURDS. POOL
MARTIN    IVENS
JNO.   PHILBERT
Grand Central Hotel
Thoroughly renovated and refur
nlshed. Rooms 50 cents upward The
dining ruom Is unexcelled ln the city
House heated throughout with hot
water.
J   A. EKIOKSON. Proprietor
Telephone, ��50.    Opposite Court  House
and Postofflce. Nelson. B. C.
Queen's Hotel
Baker Street, Nolson. 8. <',
RATES 12  PER  DAfY     '
Large   snd   Comfortable   Bedroom    and  First
class Dlalns Boom.
MR8.  E. C. CLARKE,  Proprietress.
Bartlett   House
GKO. W. BARTLETT,
Proprietor.
Best DolLir-a-D.iy House in Nelson.
Tbe Ber la tbe Flneit.
Wblte Help Only Employed
foaepblne Ht
Nelion, B. 0.
Royal Hotel
MBS. WILLIAM  Hl'BKKTrt ;
raoraisraass.
c.r A , Maleon, B.C.
Rates |1 and $1.00 a Day.
Special Bates to Hearular Boarders
WATCH ROW  OUW  FRIDAY BARGAIN SALE
Fred   Irvine & Co.
A/IILLIPMERY
OPENING
TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY
We will hold our   Annua] Spring and Easter Millinery Opening in our show
rooms on seeond floor
TUESDAY, MARCH 31
and continuing for the remainder of the week.
A splendid stock of Imp >rted French and American Pattern Mats aud a large
number of Model Hats, trimmed and designed hy our own milliner.
Any shade or design in Hats made to order iu any shade.
\Vre invite inspection of our stock and you will find our  prices right.
Fred Irvine & Co.
&
AGENTS BUTTERICK PATTERNS
BRITISH CANADIAN WOOD
PULP & PAPER CO., LTD.
313 Cordova Street, Vancouver, B. C.
icouver, and secuf
power, for ihe h>
paper, etc., tbe
the pulp plant I"
We now offer for aubacriptlon the balance of our first allotment of Preferred Stock In blocks of 100
aharea  at  $1.00  per   share;   each  100 shares entitled to a  bonus of 25  shares of Preferred.
The preferred stock is entitled to a dividend of 7 per on:, commencing November 1, 1808. The 7 per
cent, dlrldcnd Ib due and payable before nny dividend is paid upon the common stock. After 7 per cent, hu
been paid upon preferred both stocks thereafter participate equally. There la no good reason why the preferred should not pay from 25 to bO per eent. dividends.
The books of the corporation are open al any time for the inspection of the general public. Then' l�� J>��
ered stock, no Inflated values, no ground floor plan, or lniKe promoters' profits In the enterprise UdIIm
t corporations. Instead of allowing IE lo 2b per e. nt. for advertising snd sale of stock, the entire com-
don. literature, newspaper advertising, brokers :", offloa expenses, etc. Is limited to 10 per cent
The public aro cordially Invited tn visit our demonstrating plant, J1S Cordova street, snd wltn**'
the manufacture of pulp and paper from refuse material, such us slabs, discarded shingle bolts, etc., thai ll
now   being   burnt   at  the  local mills.
watered
nios
rniSMion, litera
DIRECTORS:
Captain H. A. Mellon, J. P., American
l.loyds Agent, etc.
W. H. R. Colllaler, Manager Albion
Iron Works, Vancouver,
Francis ,1. P. Gibson. BrltisTi Columbia Trust Corporation.
J. C. W. Stanley, formerly General
Manager Weat London Paper .Mills,
Londop, England.
Col. T. H. Tracey, M.C., Soc. C. B., P.
L. S��� D. L. S., Con., Eng., former City
Engineer of Vancouver.
Fred Smith, member of Smith,
Wright A Davidson, Wholesale Paper
Co., Vancouver, B. C.
II. M. Burrltt, Western Manager Cor-
tlcein Silk Co., Vancouver, B. C.
Eustace H. Jenna, Barrister, etc., Vancouver, B. C.
Geo. E. Cates. Cates Shipbuilding
Co.,  Vancouver, u   C.
Greely KoltR.fo- inerly General Manager Pacific Coast Coda Co.
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS  FOR STOCK MUST   BE   MADE   DIRECT  TO
THE BRITISH COLUMBIA TRUST CORPORATION
VANCOUVER, B. C.
RULL PROSPECTUS SEINT OIN APPLICATION The Dally Canadian
When You Buy Fruit Land
IT  IS  WELL   TO   REMEMBER  THAT WHAT  IS  IMPORTANT IS   NOT   THE   FIRST   COST   OF    VOUH    Fl
FARM,   BUT   THE   AMOUNT   OF   PROFIT   WHICH   YOUR   FARM   WILL   YIELD    YEAR    BY    YEAR.
DON'T be attracted by cheaper,  Inferior or   Inacoesllbla  lands   which exist  In  the  Kootenay,  us elsewhere
���but get tho  best.    Taku advantage of a double selection.
1     Our selection was  made with tho utmost care nt a time when  we had the whole district to pick from
2.    Your   selection���mudo   from ours���thus you get the benefit of a double  and  cumulative  selection.
FURTHERMORE,     remember that lo be successful tbe following five qualities are absolutely essential:
(1).    Title;    (2).    Soil;    (3).  Water;   (4). Accessibility;   (li). Transpoitatlon.
WE SELL OUR OWN LANDS.    We own over 20,000 acres, title perfect.
THE  SOIL Ib deep loam with clay subsoil, free from  stone.
THE   WATER  on theso lands  ls  pure  and  abundant   both   ln   running streams and  numerous springs
THE  MARKET for your product Is right at your door ou existing lines of transportation.
BUT when you buy an orchard traet you want more than soil;   more than pure waler;  more than trims'" .
tatlon;  you wunt A HOME���A place to live In���THAT IS WHAT WE HAVE  FOR  SALE.
Post   office   with   dally   mail service;   express trains, stores;   schools���A   home   every   few   steps      You   get
the comforts of civilization combined with  tho  pleasure of a  profitable, healthful and beautiful  rural home.
TERMS���$10 Cash and $10 per Month    for  10 Acres, with  liberal  discount  for- larger  payments.
Write   or  call  for   Maps,   Photographs   and   all   information. \
Kootenay Orchard Association
Nelson
OWNERS
British Columbia
ou cannot dine on FROG LEGS every day.    We furnish the
Staples
,eef,   Pork,    Mutton  and Weal
Also
Hams, Bacon and hard
With all varieties of
Fresh and Smoked Fish
iu the market
Mincemeat of Finest Quality in glass and wood.
P. Burns & Co., Ltd.
Kaslo, Rossland     NELSON,  t*. C-
Boundary
LAND  NOTICES.
way rlHTit-oI-waiy, ��hotit  ana tad * linn   mtlM
in  1 f,.   qui lliwi -1  eortMr ol ��"i MmS,
|>i .     1 .ami DtttftBt    inmru-t oi Wm\ Kootena)
..... ,mn.-e ihat Barry Blrd.o(K��Iiun,Qrot.
1 -,.ni I'.miu inot. lnt��ndi 10 kppiyroi
I uluu topurobajM tb��  .....������.*.m; .1.-n,..-.i
lit:.:.      1 ..mill. tH-UiK   *�� a   p.iil   iilauuM   al   Un-
I .1   oornai  ������!  uu  91%  Lhsnoc running
I i--h��tii��,   thenoe   wt'r.1 a> ilmiti",   Hi* 11  .
1 aalna, man or loot, ���>��� Lbi   Dorth*rli
..,    ni   Lot  ni. Utenot toUowlnt  north
I irj   \a,i ..... to poini -I oommenoemtni
cuoulalng 4��> tatoo, nort <>r 1am.
...l l-i-bruary loin. ���*��* Harry Hiri>,
��   ft   Otm, AKvlii
I Und Dlitrlot. Dutrt" t <������ ftoot Kootonoy
I   Take ootlOa   that Kreti. J   hamrnt'tiv   ftfOQl     01
I r.nntr, ol Woloon, oocupnUoo  wnton
I tiutpr, int. iiitu to ai'ply ior parmlMlon to pur
I ueti [������imwiiiM atoorlDod landa. Lommeti
. po.1 .UnM 1 abonl IM ntllM owl pi
eek, CheoM +1 obnlni m ou eaatarly
] Hon, (nonce 90 onatni Month, tht m 1 1
I m n wooterly direction, thenoe ii nbolni
I 1 the point "f 1 "nitnonoenv nttoont*u��tta
I     ���   ���    moro or led
��� - ��� 1 Not smbi I**"*
KRlimii K   tons TaMXMM,
F   J   alA��*HiNlt,    Vk*'1��1
I.run. IMr.trlet.    iMhtrlt-l ol ttt-M Koou-Uaj
.... 1, .ti .  timt  Prod J   Bommono, *#*o' 101
\ *     hiinni, ni Proctor, occupation muchor.
toapplj for pcrmlMlon to purchaee the
lowing  deoorlbod   Landa:    > ommeuolna m ��
!-���������. 1 ...in.������! aljotit ll, mllMOMl Ol V\ ii- .11 it uk,
mthweal au 1 bain-   Ihttnoa Borlbwoai mi
(���Ulna, theuoa uorthfaataWelialnri. llifiH *> aouth'
..iii.. lu Hi,   :Ut- polnl Ol roiii!iii-iH'(--n.t--iil
conisaiiiUiK iu atrrea, more or leaa.
"���.li NoT.*'th, mn.
AHtlllHAI.lt   AMIkltHUN    HAl.l-Ahl',
AgClll   F    J     t-AMHONM.
^fU.>i( i^n,1 Klutrlet.   U.-lnct of Weat KonU'liay
taki in.1 loa that w. a. Badm. Umbarorulatr,
���1 Hi-oiana, Bpokano oounly, waahlngton, one
"' tl..   ' tiiiiMl Htntennf AmiTlrn, lnteii.li t-> Hpply
1 r�� ���portal tlmbar H**euac over the toUowina
fcacrltHJd landa: tlommeiuliiK n< a pool nuirkea
' '   ' i-iaiited 011 the north hank ol   Corn creek,
��� ���th. Junction of the North tork ofOoro oroak
*'tli tBe iiiHin ntrcam, about live inlli'i* In a
*��"��i*��tIv oiroeiloii from eoutlmtiice ol laid  OOTtt
rraak with the KooWnay r.v.r; tbanoa mirth w
""..ni; ihenoa went W> onatni I thenee aouth 4u
rn��iii". thenoa aajjt 160 ohalni to point ox com-
"'���"Hi . iii.-ni, ��� ..nit, iiimr ivm ner��'F more or lea*
��ald land adlolni ttniber limit No 7 pa the
v-,��i anu tun bar limit No �� on tba south, an um
Calad i,y me.
hooatad Norambat 7, UXff>
M. William A. Iliriwow,LOOaWT.
witu,'H!����.i by Pitnok c. Kblna
Daclarad ami fdanad ->y the within naaiad w
A-ll'i.i-..i,   <m   iheWii       ty ot November, A   I).
Ign, hi-lnro  me  at  Hi   .'   ue,   Hpokaue   Gountv,
"Mhingii)ii,,meof thv   -llltad HUtcaor Ameriea.
Patrick 0  BHIW.
net. 1 i�� net 01 Waal atooianay
��� that Uai. in Ploroo,   f BUfaMbunfi
narrletl   Wi     in.   inten��4a   to  Mpply
n to pnraiittaa the following aoa-
���ominen. iiik ��i k poal planted ��l
, roup   i.   H s  halna
theuee . a ��� Su ehalm  ihm ti
aouthern bound 1   ol aal
��. -1 Bui balna along ^a^'l -     ���   ��� > ���   ������
pOtnl    <lf     ' oinni.-u. .-tin-Ill,     Kll'l   ..ni    1 1      "
��. r. a, mora or tan
iiate-i Korembar yiti. i^1"
A.LKX 1KOC1  1   Mot ooi
���laon Land Dlatrlct    Duirtot ol Weat Koo'enaj
raJte notice that t  P     nr �� n, ��etinR at. Anew.
..r 1   11   Bnrdeo 'oklok    N   11 . occupation
Dteohanic, Intenda lo apply toi permiaaion tc
..ui. haa.' the miiowiuK deacrlbed landi: ' oui
uenelng ai a poal i-Um >l on the aaaterlj ahore
.,i Arrow i��k.- ami ai...in i" ohaifia nortb <m the
H }., ournei oi lol BUM thanoa eaei U ehainn
i he in .- north �� chalna, more oi !<���> todtoe lake
���ho e, i h< ...,��� aouth weal rlj ah-n* the ink.- h -re
to tha pulnl <>( oonunancement, and con a ning
s i acre8( mora or lot*)
ated November 18th, 1901   Umk- it   Behnan,
i-   p   ElpanBic,  t.aent
Nelaon Land Dlatrlct Dlatrlw ol Weal K rotenai
Take notice lhat John Jamea Pamer u, ol
Brlttah * olumbla, ccupiUoc contractor, liiieiiua to apply for pc n laalon to
purchBT-. the rollowtng lea ribed i nd: t'ora-
m n i im rn a poat pu nn d on i h< wuthci d
boundary ol the B: ��� Sou hern ngntoI-��aj
anoin4u.il loa weaterli from the IS. �� cornor
oHotSOgs iroup i. Ko teoay thence - u h oo
cbaina,thenoe eaat W chalui tbeno northeo
ehalna i" the a.inrn-ni boundary ol the- paid
rlght-ol way, then ��� weaterl] m ong Mdd aa h
,ii. bounder) ol i kin -1' waj t" it ��� v mi
. .imiin n. i im-ir,anu oontaluing i i rea, tn n
ot laia
linn-! November Uih. t'.��r7
.1 \ltN    -J A Ml -   I'AJHIfRON.
Nelaon Land Dlitrlot Dlatrlct ol Wait Kootenay
Take notice that John Hhieli, of Needles. B.C.,
OOCUpatlon cannher, Intenda to apply for ner-
mliuiiou to purchaae tlie followliiK tleaerlhed
land; t'ommeueing at a po.-t planted at the
norUlWOjgl corner Ol Wt 7��Wt. Ihenee went 10
.halns   tbence  nouih B0 cliafna,   thenee  aaateu
ohalna. thenoe nortli B0 onatni t<�� the point of
commanoament, and oontalntng 3to acrea, moro
"Vau-.i 18th October, 1907. IsUM BHtBLL,
K. ��t. KAt'ufiKR. Agant
Nelaon Land J>lntrlet.   Uiatnct of Weat Kootenay.
lake imtlee that Tina Bergman, of Altoua,
Man i occupation wife of C. Bergman, farmer,
Altona. Man., lutein.* lo apply for permiwdon lo
purchaie the followliiK deacrlbed laud !
Onnunanelnc at a poat planted at the N. K. t\
o| Hugo Oajatana' applloaacni to purchaae and
running lhence weat 80 chalirji thence north NU
chalna, thenee eant 40 chains, tbence aouth I
chaina 2b link*i, tbence eaat 40 er uinn, tbrnce
aouth 71 chaina 7ft liukalo point of commencement, coutalulug 607 aerea more or leaa.
Chari.km Mai: ha; i .
Agent   for   Una   Bergman.
Dated si Daoamber i*��7.
Waal Eootanay Land Ulnnot.   Dlicnot ol ooat
lliver.
Take nollre that I, tieorge A. Hunt, of Kit.
cheucr, occupation timberman, inlend to
apply for permiaMon to purchaae the
Itdlowiug deacrlbed land: t'ommenclng at a
post planted about 40 el aim, went ot Thompaon
marked N. W. coruer, inence south 10 'At chaina
lhence rant 44.67 ehalns, thence uorth 31.45
ehalna, thence weat along B. C. Houtheru Kail-
way to place of commencement, contaluiui 98.18
aerea
Dated January Sth. !��<��.        (Jeoroe H. Hunt
Nelaon Land TMntrict   Dlatrtol of Wast Kootenay
lake no Ice thai i, Praoerlok Adie of Waneta
-. t    ��� e npatlon men limit,  lot n-i toapi>l> t<>
perm toloa to pnrcbaae the  follow ng     .  c   t.
UnmmwUi-lng hi h p<'���t  ptantvd  ah u
rvcai of the is       t-  tneroi lotaai    tn  u ���
north 20 ehalna, thenoe eaai &   chaina, Ih n
!. ."' chalna    then  ( well
       Uaitaiuing
U
���
ft
I.   r. I
'���' parm
nu,,.,, jai
the
S'lniaraaetloil of tho  north  boundary ol W
�����.*nd the eaai houn lary ol Lot No. 8IHA.
"���'���'���-v eaat fW chalua, more or leaa. lo Ihe nort h-
��ui cornar of Timber  l-lmll   No. 7f.7l, thai	
{���"rill Do i-lialns, theneo weal 80 chuina, more or
�������, to tha eaat itdo ol wnatahan lake, thenee
���'iiowing na���io Iii a aouthorlv ami woat��rl>
Jy^ihni UKi uhalna, more or leas to the Inter-
u'11"" with -oiHHV>, ihi-iice :ci uhalna, more or
F*.r; '"''owing  eaaterly   boundnry  ��| Lot HlRii lo
m oi commanoements
"Mid -Hi tletolwr. IW07. flABILLA PikhcK,
F. ft. KAtlyflKll,   ��� getll.
mi meiicemiiit ���   and containing
d atxty (160) acres, more or leu.
Died r4l-pte.ilberv.nd.   IW7. AMU'S    M
(.III..
Nelson Land Dlitrlot   DUtrlOtOf Weat Kootenay
Take nollee that   II ugo Caraleua, of Winnipeg,
Man.,   occupation   publisher,   tulonda  to  apply
ior pannwlon to purnhaaa the  following de*
m ribed bind: ... ,,       .���.
OommanOlng  al   a   post planted  on   the  west
oundary of L. 4371, ti. I, (about fi miles from Arrow Luke,on  Moaqulto Creek) end ill  chains 75
links aoutb of   the N. W. ft, of  aald   lot, running
tbence   weat 80 chains, lhence  aouth   80  chains,
thenoa seat BO chains, tbenoe north no chains to
place  nf commencement,  containing   MU  acres,
more or lesa.
ClIARI.KH MaHKHAIM.,
Agent   for   Hugo Carateiis.
Dated js Daoamber itfu7.
N-la.
1 Und District.  Dlitrlot ol Waal Kootenay
Optica   that    Alexander   .1     UcCool,  of
.   B  ft., oeenpattou clerk, Intend I to apply
luiaimn  if)  pur(!haae  the  follow li g <les-
"Itid:    Commauclug at a pnsl planled ou
lci.lii.il   ol 11   ('. hiiuliniii   Kail-
Nelson UttdDlatrlOt      I'lntrletnf West Kootonay.
lake notfee thai LeTlQeorga 1'ayno, of Needles,
B, ft., OCH���upatlt
.intenda to apply for
nrriniasion lo purchase the following ileserlhed
(..���iiiH-    Commencing at n post   planled  abOQtlO
nol whiiisioin oroek and &M chains
vrait oorner of Loi No- 8548
rth 8(1 chains,   thenee west 80
b   i'i ififi chains,   thence eaat
67 845 chains, thence
. nalii
south of  Ibe  sou
runniiia thence
rhalns, thence  a.
12 ftSH chains, ^������io-"pil|-fit  of ���,������,!,,n,,i,,�����,
Datid ��th January, 10UB. I-��vi aniw. Payne.
LAND   ACT.
Nelaon Land Dtatrlot,   Diatrlot ol Weal Kootena
ike imi ire tba   Uanon laabella < reaae, ol tbe
City O) .. .,,..:....    ,.j . .mu v.olUiu
la,       upa-Uou  apioster,  inttrndu  to appl)   f t
, n in.s-i n m [.im b��s.- tin- mijowitft* uea. rflrtnl
Laod:    C   iniiu n. li.g   at   a   poal    plaaieu   Ml   In
iiigu wat  r  mark   >i   tbe  -aim. n  river   diaian
about   ii mile'   in  n aoutbenj  dlreollon  ti��*n
H-imoa B i , iiiuinftinr.il Ui chalua, then r t-r.
i   , balm  ilit'ia..- -'ii.ii m> ��� i an, , more
I., tu, high   water mark i      ��� m  ii     h
tlu-U' >��� w. st 4* .-iiii.ii-,  iii  re        t--   ni     g  -a
Um ii water mart to the point ui   om u  "
n   i . ..ii nil g ita) <i ret i..n a o  la
i... rn  d on   ��� .  l*>i day    i f   !��� ii   :        "s
Dated loth �� bi ua ���. i > r-
Mam  n  >kaul la I R*a
KuWaan t!.M.v PBTUta  .\fc*
LAND   ACT.
Ncltoo Lan.l ih-tr. t    DistrictoI Aeat   i
I al.'' notice i hut    aim-    A'tWliil   UaUag
���:,, ii....    Ni sol -     I'ruvln
; .   r  :l(i!'.;.   intend', to ap
1 ilowlllg
-,*ii.' I Uud; Commencing at a poat planted
al the high water mark of trie "liunni rfirei -iia
.niil aoout 13 lull* Bin a southerly diieeliou from
salmo. B ('., theuee north 40 chains, thenee
wi-st 40 chains, thenee aouth 40 idiains, more or
lets, to tlie lilgh water mark of the Salmon river,
thence east 40 chains, more or less, along the
���aid ti t*- ii water mark to the place ot begiuulug,
oontalntng 16h acres, more or less.
i.... it ii-.i on the 1st day of February, 1908.
Dated 14th February, I'.vs.
James William i.a; i.aohrk,
Kdward M asi.ky 1'kiKiia. Agent.
Nelson Laud District.   District uf Weat Kootena
Take notice that I John Arthur Pcott, of Mono
Centni Out., occupation farmer, Intend to apply for permission to purchaae the following described laud at tbe mouth of Hummlt creek:
Commencing at a post planted at the south-
eaat corner or lot ��78a< marked N. H , theuee
soutb 40 chains, theuce west'JO chaina. thence
north 4U ehalns, tbence east '20 chains to place of
comuiencemeul containing 80 acres.
John Arthur hcott,
W. J.Scott, Agent.
Dated Fab. 18th, 1908.
Nelson Land District. District of Wuat Kooteuay
Take notice that 1 Christie Hcott, of Mouo
Canter, Ont .occupation married woman, Iutend
lo apply for permission to purchase the following described iand near Hummlt creek :
romineucing at a pon't planted at the southeast corner of lot 8780 marked S. W., thence
north to chains, thence east 'IO chains, thence
south JU chains, thence west '��0 chains to place
of commencement containing 40 acres.
Chhirtik Hcott,
W. J. Hcott, Agent.
Dated Feb 18, HUU*.
NOTICE.
Take notice that we will at the next
meeting of the License Commissioners
apply lor a transfer of (he liquor li-
renso for the No Place Inn on .lose
Pblne street, Nelson, from Pollard and
Wade to II. II. Moore.
Dated at Nelson, this 9th day of
Marcli 1908.
POLLARD A WADE.
<      LOCAL AND GENERAL      j
Will   Begin   Log   Drive.
The   Patrick   Lumber  Company   will
make   their   big   log  drive   as   soon   ai
high  water begins.    The winter CS
were lempoian'y su pe i !
bat a lull	
st uct.un   uf   .:,     '.
Ten   Years   Old.
The Moyie Leader has completed Its
tenth year uf pub lOaVtloa, und tlie edl
tor of the Leader, in tue lasl iSbUe
takes occasion to express his lnan..a
iIiiih: "The editor oi the Leader has
never regretted coming to Moyie. lie
has found the people here wholesouleil,
geiieious and appreciative. And upon
this occasltn he wishes to thank most
kindly each and every uae tot .
loyal   rapport."
Hotel   Swindlers.
The Ashcroft Journal telle Ol ' wo
sleek hotel swludleis >lu u.i
la different part* ol the country The
nchcme is to mail a lettex iu a&t .nee
in care of the hotel tu ������> bicli the swindler is going. Upon arrival the man.
accompanied by his wife, registers, and
then asks for hia mail. Receiving the
letter he opens It and takes out a draft
and shows a letter written on the pa
per of some well known Arm. Being
short of money he gets the landlord
to cash the draft. llefore the draft
comes buck protested the sharper ts
in   pastures   new.
JAMES DUNSMUIR,
Muutensnl Governor
,f'iod. ������( Die
I   , anil   T��"
���  r.n.t the
Lots   in   Addition "A"
We are agents for most of the lota
ln the above addition, being agents for
F. C. Innls, Coats A. Co., and the Nelson
Klectrlc Tramway Co.
For full particulars as to prices,
ternn-   etc., apply to
���
���. .  tO   ''���
art oi     I
>lb  cfa
���
-a.    Ont-
uat  season
luce lor anr
ivernor, by and
i��   r- .. ��� ntlTS Council, haa
I.    "     '   - au Order in Council
ii     "i m cloas oi-aaon  foi  g'��*ie within
K    ���enay, until end  including
���   '��� if i-1, .in.   thouxmd nine luiu-
loe thefeforOi   thai   In   pursuance
ereby proclaim      tflbee season
vac   intbia ihe County of 1     iienay, until
in' in-(,r,it tba 31st dsy of Au.   ist, one thou-
I   lied mid eight.
Emony WaorOOt,   we   havt   t.iused   tlicae
etteri  U   he made parent and  I he '>reat Heal
ol tbi   i i-iriiice to be hereunto afl'?.-d.
Ll | as, His Honor James Duns- ulr, Lleuteu-
anl ''ureruor of our said Prnvl'i'e of British
wi. i.i.i, in our Oity ��f Victor:.,, ln our itaid
Prorlnoe. thia ltfth day of February, in the year
oi Our Lord one thousand nine hiin.lred and
eight, aud iu tbe eighth year of our relgu.
By command,
HENRY  K8S0N YOUNG.
Provincial Secretary.
H.   &   M.   BIRD
INOTICE.
Death of S. Weir.
The Vancouver World of Friday contains the following account of the death
in that city of Samuel Weir, formerly
of Nelson: "About six o'clock this
morning Samuel Weir, shoemaker, was
drowned in False Creek. The watchman
at tbe Royal City mills heard him
struggling in the water and running to
his assi.stance, succeeded in bringing
him ashore. The police were summon- I
ed and Sergeant McLennan and two
men worked over the body for an hour,
but were unable to restore animation.
Deceased was a man of about ',,8 years
of age. Samuel Weir had been in the
city for about a year, coining here from
Detroit about a year ago. He was a
native of Hallymena. Ireland, where he
kept a shoe store in company with his
brother who works In the Stark shoe
store, Hastings street. The brother,
Mr. Joseph Weir, saw him last night,
about half past eight o'clock, when he'
was at work in Hanson's shoe store.
The brothers resided in Fairview until
recently, when Samuel moved to Hamil-
bo street. How he came to be in False
Creek at that hour of the morning is a
Taae nolle; that Alfred Edward Watts, of
Wattsburg, British Columbia, lumberman, ln
tends to apply for permission io lease tbe following described land, situate near Procter on
the south shore of the west arm of Kootenay
Lake, more particularly deaorlbed as follow*:
Commencing at the northwest corner of Lot 4
of Lot 809, Uioup 1, Weat Kootenay Dlatrlct,
theuce 1680 feet (25.4& cbalns) westerly along the
south Bbore line of the west- arm of KooUtnay
Lake and being the north boundary of Lot 4 of
Lot 309 to the northwest corner ot Lot 4 of Lot
309, tbence 2280 feel (34 68 chains) slong tbe aouth
shore line of tbe weat arm of Kootenay Lake ana
belug the north boundary of Lot 16 ol Lot 806,
Uroup 1, West Kooienay IJiatrlct; thence nortb
132 feet V2 chains); tbence easterly 8960 feet
(60.00 chains) and parallel with the south ahore
line of the west arm of Kootenay Lake; theuce
south 13'i feet (2 chains) to point of cemmence-
ment, and containing 120 acres, more or leaa.
Dated this 12th day of February, A. ll., 1908.
A. K.  WATTS.
mystery.      Both    brothers    were    well
known in the city and both were well
liked.
K0��TrN4Y FRUIT 0NDS
FOB   S-'.LE���1��0   ncres on   tl -   Pond
Ie   Hirer,
���
crca
open land, easily . I* are
mrnts.    Price $25 r-er  acre.
For   particulars'     of     this   and
r ipi sitinns  rpply
BOX   937    NEI.SOM     B.   C
Return Engagement.
The "No Mother To Guide Her" company will play a return engagement at
the opera house on the evening of
April Sth. The Revelstoke Mall-Herald
pays the following compliment to the
company:
"Another disreputable farce was inflicted on tlie thea're going public of
Hevelstoke on Monday In a low type of
melodrama called "No Mother To Guide
Her." The play, If it can be called such,
consisted of several acts and scenes
depicting tho lowest and most criminal type of life that can be imagined.
How any travelling company can come
down to such a depraved and disgusting production is hard to imagine anil
the piece on Monday showed the vilest and worst side of human character that could possibly be seen. The
plot was weak, unreal and lewd, a largo
amount of shooting, stabbing, brawling
rm1 immoral suggestions being mixed
ip with unseemly noise and talk. It
la n   such depraved   plays  as   these
that th'- r s'ng generation gain a falsr
and WTOSSf c-nception of life and It Is
la       cnful  to have our  chll-
THE DAILY CANaAJMN
Is now ready to execute   all
orders for Job Printing on
shortest notice.
The Job Department is up-to-
date in every respect and a
full line of stationery will be
kept in stock.
All orders entrusted to our
care will receive prompt and
careful attention.
THE DAILY CANADIAN
FOR SALE
Partly Famish��rd Modern
Residence and Three Lota
Situated on Hoover St.. between Stanley and Ward.    Eight Rooks and
Basement  all   ready  for  furnace.    Now rents for  134  per month.
PRICE: $4,000.00.   TERMS: One-Third Cash, Balance $600.00 per year at
7 per oent.      For   full   partici .ars   apply
PROCTER & BLACKWOOD
AGENT  NEL80N CITY LAND at IMPROVEMENT CO.
If yoti want Good Land
BUY at ROBSON
McDermid & McHardy
INEL,JSOl>I, B.  G.
BUY AN ORCHARD HOME
You can buy a 10-acre Fruit Ranch ln the best fruit growing district
ln  British Columbia  by  paying  fl 0 dollars down and $10 par month
Even as an Investment thfs Is wor th consideration.
Fruit Land has trebled ln value within the year.   What will It do next
year?
J. B. AININABLE,
WARD 8TRBBT
INBUaBON
A.Q. LAMBERT & CO.
AND DEALERS IN    ���l-'tfmDef���   dJUllgleS,
Lath, Mouldings, Doors, Windows.
Turned Work and Brackets. Mail Orders promptly attended
-   NBUtBOIV. B. C
VBRNON STRGBi
dren and women folk submitted to such
lewering and criminal scenes as were
placed before the public on Monday.
The management should, In good faith
to their patrons, avoid a repetition of
a production of that description, which
is injurious to the morals of our children and disgusting to the citizens at
:arge."
314 Baker St.
Tel. 324.
WAGES REDUCED.
Cotton   Mill   Operatives   Suffer   Cut   of
Ten  per cen.
Boston, Mass., April 6.���A reduction
of ten per cent in wages went into effect this morning in practically all of
the cotton mills In the New England
territory. Lowell. New Bedford, Fall
Klver, Manchester and the Rhode Island mill towns are the places chiefly
affected. Approximately 30,000 opera-
atives  ln   Rhode  Island  are  affected.
The mills decided upon a reduction
only after they had tried all other
plans for the bettering of the general
conditions in trade, such as curtailing
the output, etc. What the duration of
the cut is to be Is, of course, only problematical, as no one can say when the
conditions will Improve enough to justify the operators in restoring wages to
Ihe old figure. At present there is no
demand for the product of the mills
and conditions have steadily grown
worse until the prices that were quoted by buyers were down to the cost
of manufacture.
Geo. P.  Player
Accountant
LATE ACCOUNTANT AT HALL MINING  &   SMELTING   CO.
Office  Room  No. 2,   ELLIOT     BLOCK.
Chinaware
WE ARE MAKING A SPECIAL SALE
OF CHINA TEA AND DINNER
SETS   FOR  A   FEW  DAY8.
From $10 to $25.
Old Curiosity Shop
W.    O.    Q1L,L,ETT
Contractor and
Builder.
Sole ���aenl for the Porto filoo Lumber Co., Ltd..
retail yards Rough and drasawd lumber, turned*
work and brackets. Coast lath and shinties �����^
and doors. Cement, brisk and .1 ma for sale
au i matte grinder.
Yard and factory: Vernon St.. east of Hall-
N8U8ON,   B. C
P (> Box 232 i n,sb.n. vn
THE SEMAPHORE BILLIARD
PARLOR AND CIGAR STORE
1NOW OPE,N
We    have    one    English  Bllliar, one
American Billiard and one Pool Table)
We carry tha beet iinea of Clgara and
Tobaccos.
INOTICE
In the matter ol an application lor tha Issue ol
ii duplicate of the Certificate of Title to Loss
4 I and ��, Block ��, Nelson city, subdivision ol
part oi Lot i��2, Group one, District ol Eeetaesay
|Map4s6). *
Notice la hereby given that it la my intaatlon
to issue ai tae expiration of one month after the
drat publication hereof a duplicate of tha CertiB.
.ate i' Title to tne above mentioned lots In the
usmeol Fettle Rhodes whleh Certificate la stated
the ltlh day ol May, law, aad numbered UtT-k.
Land Registry office,   nelson. B.C.,  January
24th, 1908. H.F.MaeLkouT
  District Begiettar.
INOTICE
In tbe matter of an application for a duplicate
i erutlcats of Title of an undivided one-ouarter
Interest ln Lot 87, Uroup Una, Kooteuay District,
known as "Let Her tie Gallagher' Uiaeral
'-If IB!
Kollcals hereby given lhat it la say Intsnaea
after the expiration of oue month from tha first
publication hereof, to Issue a duplicate CarUS
eate of i ltle on the above described one-uuartar
interest In the name oj John F. Slavene, whleh
i emitcau of Title Is daled tha tth April, ltsu.
and numbered tusaK.
Land   Registry ofllce, Nelson, B.C., Marsh t,
a. F. MacLsod,"
District Registrar.
INOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that tha Great
West Railway Company will apply to
the Parliament of Canada, at tha present session thereof, for an act amending
the said Company's Acts ot Incorporation by striking; out the namea of those
persons who, by Sections 1 and 1 ot
Chapter 1S7 of the Statute* ot 1801, are
created Incorporators and provisional
directors of the Company and Inserting
In lieu thereof the namea of certain
other individuals as such incorporator*
and provisional directors; changing tha
head office of the Company from Nelaon.
B. C, to Port Arthur, Ontario, and extending the respective times for tha
commencement and completion of the
various lines of railway which the Company le empowered to construct.
Dated Ottawa. Slit January, 1908.
CHRYSLER, BETHUNEt LARMOUTH
Solicitors for tha Applicants.
��� Tne Uaily Canadian
APRIL THE DIAMOND MONTH
Xot everyone can claim the diamond for a birtbstone, but anyone
may wear a diamond, and If you are petting one yon may as well get
Hi.- beat, and in the best and most suitable setting. We keep only the
best stones, and as we manufacture all kinds of jewelry we are competent to advise you as to settings. We have always on hand an attractive
stock of Rings and Pins of all kinds set with this most precious of gems,
the diamond, also a stock of loose stones.
J. O. PATENAUDE
.ufwfci'.tttR "l>u Watchmaker and Optician
Bt*y Now
We have a Good Selection of
Cheap Houses from $750 to
$1500. Let us show you
them. Some extra snaps for
investment or for a home.
WOLVERTON & Co
RAKF��     ^T
Building Lots
Carbonate   St.   (25   ft.) $175
Observalcry   St.   150   ft.) $200
Latimer Bl     50 ft.) $750
Als- exot I nt sites. c:ose In, ior ap-
partin. :it houses, residences, factory
���iti.   etc,
NOTE.���As an inducement to build
up \i- i Lhe city It Plea nn iniprove-
menta a tai of $1 in the thousand only.
F. B. LYS
Real  Estate Agent
315   Baker   St..   Nelson.   B.   C.
Fire Insurance
Insure your bouse and furniture in
THE   PIONEERS'   FIRE
INSURANCE COMPANY
Do not put It off. Delays are danger-
utii. Call at 322 Baker street, or if you
cave not time to call drop a line to
HUGH W. ROBERTSON
General  Agent for the Kootenays.
Agents  wanted in all  Kootenay  towns.
P.  O.  Box  534.
JIM   HILL
CIGARS
The Best 2 for  25c Ggar on
the Market.   Fresh Picked.
���AT THE���
Queen Cigar Store
BUSH A MATT HEW, Propa.
ASK FOR
BLUE
RIBBOIN
TEA
Rich,  Strong  and   Delicious
SEE OUR WINDOW
I. A. IRVING & CO.
Telephone 181
HOUSTON KLOOK.
SAiVsUfciU   A.   WYE
HEATING ENGINEER.
All Klnda  of  Heating Plants  ln  Stock.
SANITARY   PLUMBINQ.
Victoria St., Nr. Ooera Houae.      Tel. 181.
HOTEL   ARRIVALS.
t^Ltf.     Vaar*r��oi-i  ana  Ward   Street!*
rvidi.so.'N..   tj.c:,
C. I'addon. Crawford Hay; R. S.
Francis, Procter; P. net-Kei, ry M.
Thompson. Spokane; J. E. King. B.
Lieavens, Vancouver; K. \\". Schwarts,
T. C. Johnston, K. l'arkins. .Montreal;
II J. Wells, Toronto; O. B, Smith.
Phoenix; P. O. Smith, Detroit; S.-Marl;,
Fernie; E. Mallandalne, S. A. Spiers, T.
J. Rose, Creston; .Mrs. Herbert and
daughter, R. G. Herbert, J. C. Dufresne
and wife, Rioudol; E. W. Rawson. T. C.
Gray, W. T. Miller, J. D. Caverhlll, W.
G. Breeze, C. Sheckens, Vancouver; C.
W. Cowan, C. K Brown, Spokane; .M.
I! Ilannafin, S. G. Jones, W. M. Cun-
liffi , Rossland; F. W. Tresham, Toron-
ton, O. Lachmund and wile. Arrowhead; P. B. Crew, Winnipeg; B. B. Now-
ton, Windsor; A. H. Barker and wife,
Pieton, Ont.; A. McQueen, Victoria; J.
D, Bftolr, -J. w. Watt. Qananoque; A. J.
Sniail. Calgary; C. Reld, London; H. P.
Foster. Pittsburg; Duncan Ross, wife
and family, Greenwood; A. Des Barres,
Trail.
:^c2^h i"i^
J.  Il.n-
i-Mile
Corner of Stanley and Victoria   Sts.
Two Blocks from Depot
E. W. Appleyard, Brandon. .Man.; A.
W. Withers. England ; S. C. Carter and
wife. Seattle; J. II. Schofield. Trail;
-Mrs. T. G. Wilson, Victoria; J. F. lius-
tead. F. Pbipps, F. H. Smith
nison,   Vancouver.
GRAM) CENTRAL.
D. L. Doyle, W. R. Trethewe
E. MacCarty, Lardo;  l'. Weaver, Owen
Sound;    A.   Freeborn.   Midway;    VV.   B.
Smith, Cranbrook;  S. Marks. Fernie.
QUEEN'S.
W. Jackson, Creston;  A. La Shuson.
E.   .McKinn   and     wife,     Mrs.   Toulson.
Braklna, Alia.; G. Kelly, San Francisco;
C. A. Lydiatt, A.  Dupeny, Creston.
TREMONT.
II. L. Aitkin. P. Johnson, Flgan; D.
Jobnstun, Colllngwood; A. Dingly, p.
Donelly, Portland; C. Wempress, Cranbrook; W. Mackie, Creston; S. Berton,
A. Grant, Slocan; F. Edwards,
A. Kennedv. Winnipeg.
BARTLETT.
w. Norley, Kaslo; J. Hooper
ton; Thos. Wilkinson, Kaslo; II
Ainsworth.
ROYAL.
H. Dalton, Spokane;  H. Hosteller, C.
W. Kevls. Hight River;  H. Greenhalgh,
L.   Strandell, Kaslo.
Han IT;
Silver-
Jones,
FOH SALE.
I^OKSAI.K hi s I,Britain nr extlianire for Vancouver property an almost new. modern in
every respect it roomed resilience. Full basement Willi lark-mi,>ii suitable fur Millard ruoiri,
I p tn,late stable sin! iHrrlase house Two nice
bits lu the Daest resldenl surtb u of Bpokane,
T lie owners bti'liit's. Interest, have been transferred In the coast.    For further patloularl write
P.O. Boa urn. Vancouver, B 0
NICE RIPE TOMATOES
25 CENTS  PER  POUND.
For Sale at
Joy's Cash Grocery
Cor. Josephine and Mills Sts.
Phone   19.
JOY WILL MEET YOU AT THE DOOR
Wall   Papers
Our new stock Is now ln.
NEW   DESIGNS.
NEW   IDEAS.
Borders same as hangings.    Largest variety ever shown ln Nelson. Sample
books sent to any part of the city on application.
j Canada Drug & Book Co'y, Ltd,
Metals   and   Stocks.
There  were  no  material  channes  recorded  today on either metal  or stock
markets.
Building   Improvements.
W, Pascoe is putting on an addition
tu his house, corner of Cedar and Hoover streets.
Council    Meeting.
The tegular meeting of the city council will be held in the council chamber
tonight at 8 o'clock.
Chambers.
His Honor Judge Brown will held a
chamber session of the county court of
West Kootenay tomorrow morning.
NO TEST
LIKE A
TRIAL
A Trial will convince you
that T. aud B. Tea is best tea
on the market.    Just try it?
Protection   From   Bad   Weather.
The c ity workmen are placing a
building over the crusher and other
plant owned by tbe city, on Hall street.
Churchman's Club.
A meeting of the executive committee of the Churchman's Club Is called
for tomorrow evening in the parish hall.
at   8   o'clock.
Assaulted  Police.
Constable Des Barres arrived from
Trail Saturday night with Gree Ernesto,
who will serve four months In tbe provincial gaol for resisting and assaulting a police officer.
Post-Lenten   Festivities.
Th*1 week following Easter will be
marked by three important social
events, the Oddfe'lows' ball, the hospital ball, and the Sons of England/ banquet on St. George's Day.
Getting Pole Line Ready.
Workmen connected with the drilling
of holes and placing of poles throughout the city, for the 20.000 volt power
line to the reduction works, at Fairview,
an- busily engaged on Victoria street.
Spelling   Bee.
Arrangements are being made to
make the "spelling bee," to be held
Wednesday evening tinder the auspices
of the Churchman's Club, as interesting
and entertaining as possible by arranging the list of words in ascending order
of difficulty.
Publicity  Bureau.
It is likely that a special meeting of
the board of trade will be held this
week to consider the proposal for the
taking over of the assets and liabilities
of the 20,000 club. The appointment
of a successor to Secretary Ebbutt has
also  to  be  considered.
Hospital   Ball.
The members of the Women's Hospital Aid are In session this afternoon in
the parlor of St. Paul'B church deciding
on details of the annual ball In aid of
the Kootenay Lake General Hospital
which will ne given tbe evening of
Wednesday, April   22nd.
Laid  to   Rest.
The funeral Marguerite, the live year
old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James
Wightman, who died In the early hours
of Sunday morning, took place this afternoon. The funeral services were
conducted by Rev. .1. T. Ferguson, and
there was a very large attendance of
friends of the family.
Distinguished   Visitors.
Ilev. Fathers Verbeke and Van Nevel
arrived in Nelson on Saturday evening
on a visit to Father J. Althoff. The
two priests are on their return to Victoria, after a visit to Rome and their
native homes. This morning they left
for Greenwood, to pay a visit to the
clergy   there.      Father  Van  Xevel  will
Ever Ready
Dry Batteries
TYPE "J"
MADE    ESPECIALLY
For Launch Work
Outside orders promptly attended to
J. H. RINGROSE
ELECTRICAL   SUPPLIES.
Phone 227A. P. O. Box 1G5.
STANLEY  ST.
Sold only by
C. A. BENEDICT
Corner Silica and Josephine Sts
PHONE  7
We Have the
Best There Is in
Talking; Machines
The king of Disc Talking Machines is
the  Columbia  B. I. Graphophones.
For Fullness, richness and mellowues
of tone It has no equal.
There is a reason for this It Is because the hollow tone arm through
which tbe sound passes Is made of
aluminum, which does away entirely
with the metallic sound so often noticeable in other machines.
PRICE  $50.00.
Other styles at J15 00, $25.00 and
$35.00.    None better at the prices.
IN CYLINDER MACHINES we have the
EDISON  PHONOGRAPH.
"Gem",  $16.50; "Standard". $32.50;
"Home", $45.00.
Tbe merits of tbe Edison are too well
known to require any talk-Dp from us.
If you cant call and see them, write
us for full descriptive catalogues.
W. G. Thomson
S??fiV$tl* ,nd   Nelson, B. C.
Phona 34.
WM. S. DREWRY
A. M. Can. &*>o. C. E.
DOMINION AND  PROVINCIAL   LAND
.SURVEYOR.
Mining Worfc a Specialty.
Office:   Room   10,   K.-W.-C.  BIk.    P.   O.
Box*  434.
Baker  St..   Nelion,  B.  C.
NOTICE.
To George W Beale, formerly of Robson, B. ���_.
ami Nelson. B. C
I hereby give you notice that onleiui you give
a gooti au i Tan.] objection thereto In wrlilng 1
���hall at the expiration of 14 dayi from the <]ate
hereof proceed to the registration of the title of
The Columbia and Kooteuay Railway and Navigation Company m fee simple lu renp��<-i tn that
piece of land known u- U>t 3 lu Block 3, Robson
Towniite. (iroup One, Kooteuay ''.strict, accord
Ing to plan thereof, filed as Number 626,notwithstanding the non-production ot the C*rtlfl-
rate of l ltle thereof.
Dated at Nelson, B.C.,this Slit rtayof March, ltfOfl.
H   We MacLeod,
District Registrar.'
M. HAWRYCZ
CONTRACTOR  AND  BUILDER.
Jobbing  promptly   attended   to.     Plana
and Estimates.
Apply 416 Hall 8t.
Box 385.
leave for tin coast on Wednesday)
Father Verbeke will remain In Nelson
for a few days.
PERSONAL.
E. Mallandalne returned to Creston
yesterday morning.
Otto Lachmund, of Arrowhead, ts at
the Hume with hia lamlly.
Capt. Paddon and R. S. Francis left
the Kootenay Lake Ceneral hospital
yesterday.
J. H. Schofield, M. L. A., arrived from
Trail last night and ls spending the day
ln the city.
L. S. Eaton, provincial Conservative
organizer, left for East Kootenay yesterday morning.
H. O. Goodeve, who haB been sincere
ly HI, Is reported very much better today and on a fair road to recovery.
F. F. Busteed and party of 0, I'. R.
officials, who are Inspecting Interior
branches, arrived last night and are at
the Strathcona.
Duncan Ros.:, M. P., with his wife and
children, arrived from Ottawa Saturday
night, spent yesterday in the city and
left for Greenwood  this  morning.
Neil F. MacKay, M. L. A., arrived
from tbe coast last night and went
through to Kaslo. A complimentary
banquet will be tendered to him them
Wednesday night.
WEST KOOTENAY
BUTCHER CO.
Wholesale and   Retail i><
Fresh and Salted Meats
CfttnpH mippIifHi nn Nhurti'Ht n��>f.<""" tun!
lOWMfl price. NuthiPK but   troth Hiiti
wholesome meats iiml supples kept in M.��k
Wftil orders receive careful attention.
E.   C.   TRAVES    Manager.
THE NELSON
CEMENT
WORKS
LIMITED.
Slightly  nearsighted today, mora so tomorrow.    Proe-ree. i���
I* the forerunnei of blindness    The smallest amount of ii^.Sl'1?1*'
not be neg'ectad.    Examinations Craa, Kl,t ""juM
Have your watch repaired by us.  then you will be on time.
J.  J.   WALKER,  Jewele,
STARKEY & CO.
Hollow Concrete
Blocks For Sale
All shapes nnd facings
These blocks are absolutely the lust
material to be had for building purposes, foundations, retaining walls, etc.,
being cheaper than brick or stone.
Tenders given on ail kinds of building
work.    Stock on hand.
Head Office:  Baker Street. Nelson, B.C.
V\'h(iiu*inic   Provisions,
Produce,   '       - f-'rult.
(iovemment dreamery One Pound Bricks rneelved weekly f*,��.h from th
churn     For sale by all leading grocers
OtBoeand warehouse:  Houston Block,    Pnone 79.
Josephine Street. - Nelson, B. C.
Notice to Creditors,
IN   THE  SUPREME   COURT  OF   BRIT-
ISM  COLUMBIA.
In the  matter of tha estate and effects
of  George   Harrison   (deceased.!
NOTICE ls hereby given that all
creditors aad others having claims
against the estate of the suld George
Harrison. d< ceased, who died at Nelson,
British Columbia, on tbe 27th day of
December, i'jol, are required on or before tbe 20th day of April next lo send
by post, prepaid, or deliver to tbe undersigned, their Christian and surnames,
addresses and descriptions, tbe full par-
t.culars of their claims, the statement
of their accouuis and the nature of the
securities (If any) held by them:
And further take notice that arter
such lasl mentioned dale lhe administrator will proceed to distribute the assets of the deceased among the parlies
entitled thereto having regard only u
the claims of which he shall then have
notice, and that the said administrator
will not be liable for the said assets or
any part thereof to any person or persons of whose claims notice shall not
have been received by him at the time
of such distribution.
Dated at Nelson, B. C, this 17th day
of March, A. D.  1908.
LENNIE   <t   WRAGGE,
Solicitors for the Administrator,
James II.  Harrison.
IN EASTER
ATTIRE
"In the Spring the young man's
fancy lightly turns to thoughts of���
CLOTHES."
Surely that is the Um.. he wants to be most daintily dressed, and hers
is the place be OUghl lo com,, fur bis stylish outfit. We have now rati)
for showing tbe very n'awi tyles and pattern* in Spring suits ind
Overooats, and we are so stocked with varied sizes that any shape ul i
young man can gei bis iu accurst, ly  and quickly.
J. A. GILKER
HOUSECLEANING
This  tu   th**  si ason   of  the   year   when   you  devote  your attention to thf, |
household duty. We are prepared tn meet your requirements with a full Um of
Varnishes,   Stains,    Enamtli,
NOTICE
Ready   Mixed   Paints,   all   colors,
A la bast ine,    Muralo.
Everything   necessary   for   the   renovation   of   your   house.
J. H. Ashdown Hardware
Company, Limited. Neiun Brims.
������������������������������������������������I
In the matter of hu applleatlnti lor the Issue of
a duplicate i ertlflcmta 01 1 it.i- lor lots 4. 6, y, 11.
lu, so, and 12, ol lol Bwl, '-roup one, in the
Dlstrletol Kooteuav (M..|, ft'tttj
Nollce Is berabj Kl.ll thnt It 1. my Intention
to Issue at the expirallou ot one month alter the
Drat pabUoaUon hereof adoplicavla "I Lbs Car-
llflcate ot tltlS lor tba shove iiienUoiM-,1 lotsih
the name ol I'.i, hard Heltiie. which I crunch!,��� ol
Title is .lateil the 2tlh Hay ol November, I'.ssl.
aud   uurnhereil MtUA.
Lati'l HefUttn iirllce. Nelson, h. 0,, January
17th,lye*.
"II   F. Ms, l.aon,"
District Hcsl.lrar.
Certificate   of Improvements.
rsoxitii.
"Ke'l   I'olul,"  "Vcrnamo,"  "tvrsenwoad   lis-
ttonal, reeuwoo,]   ami Ja1 k  Pol Fractional"
Mineral   t latins,   situate   In tin-   Nelson   Hiatal
Division ot West kooteuay   District
Where located: tin fca^le l.'reek above the
fooriuau Mine.
Tase notice that I, John Mcl.ati.hle, ul the
City ol Nelson, actina as aa-enl lor .tons I' sue,!
hers, tree Miner's fertllicate No H7.,., an,]
Oscar Johnson rree Ml-ier's I ertlflcate No llliit
intend   .lily  days   lrom   lhe  dale   herco! to an
i-iytothe Miiiiiik  kecorder for Uerllllrjslea u
Improvement.   I..,    the    t.urp, ��e   ol    ol,lallilli|t
frown I ��� rants Ot tba aim v.- culms
And   further  UUU   notice   tbat  aclloii,   under
Section :n. must b unenoed  beiore the is.
siianco ol sues t ertitlcalcs of  lui|irovciiif tile.
Dated llil- .'. ��� I.   :s ,   ,,: September, A   l> , lyfi.
JlillN  Mrl.aTI'lllK
LOCAL   MINING    MARKET.
Quotationa  on   Spokane   Exchange   and
New   York  Curb.
Did
Alberta C. & C $      .15    $
li. C. Copper       4.60
Can.  Con.   Hinelters..    70.00
Copper King 03V4
Dominion   Copper   ..       1.62)4
(ialliiaith Cnul no
OtMtto 03%
dauby        j,.',.iii>
Heela          8.60
International c. <*��� C.      ,(J6
Kendall       ujj
Missoula Copper 09
Nabob o.'l%
Ouiii   I'aul    00
Panhandle            .06%
Rambler  Cariboo   ...       .24
Hex            14%
HriowHhoe  .10
Snowstorm      2.1c
.Sullivan     00%
Hulllvun   Bonds   	
Htewart    75
Asked
.30
4.S7%
,04
li.121,4
.27
.04 M
96.00
4.00
.74
1.2G
.11
.01",
.07''li
.06
.27
.17
,16
2.21)
���ol %
07.50
.87%
Fruit   Trees
Home irrmvii fruit and shade
tn 1 1, ourrants, Kooseberriea, grape
vines, etc., etc. One of our specialties I . OUT Iarire field Brown rosea.
Th.   ���   wi:l bloom the Aral year.
Send for nor descriptive catalogue and price list, and (rive ur a
trial ortler. The largest growers
In   11   C.
The Hivers.de Nurseries
*
GRAND    FORKS,. ���
>��********
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C. GREhN A. I". BURDtn        A. H.f-KrJr.N
GREEN BROTHERS AND BURDEN
C'vil Engineers, Dominion and British
Columbia Land Surveyors
COR. VICTORIA J, KOOIKNAY STS.. NKLS0N, B.
Y. 0. Box 145     Plums 2*1 B.
S. S. FOWLER
Mining
Engineer.
We  make  a  specially  of
Hardware. Soppto*
For  Ranchers
AXE8,   SAWS,   SPADES,   HOES,
HAMMERS,   HINGES,  NAILS,
WINDOW  GLASS,
3ARB  WIRE  FOR  FENCING, Etc
Send   us  your  mall orders.
Wood-Vallance Hardware Co
WholesAle
lNt2L.SOIN
Retail
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