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I.    No.  201.
NELSON, B. Cr, MONDAY, JANUARY 28, J 907
bxan
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Fiftt Cents a Month
IALJS FALSE
Resolutions Prov-
;d Authentic
ES IS DENOUNCED
of Dawson Asked Sir Wil-
aurier to Remove Him
Din Commissionership
i The Dully Canadian i
C, .Ian. 88.���Premier .Mc-
s.-sl  from  Ills liiti'rlur tour
ol '���nlliuslasni u�� to this r*>
i i,'i-i lon on  February  2nd.
ik nf this Central Conaerva-
liei- tonight, lie announceil
sin -, that ba wan complete-
In his own mini] that the
would   be  sustained   by  a
breased majority.
lalsssirblng topic of conversa-
ps:   jMillticlana  ls  the dlBclos-
tin.-  ilu-  Btatua of  W.  W.  II.
the  Yukon.    Tho Colonist
|ii:illy:  "Only a few dayn ago
sl   what   puriiorted   to   be  a
fcsalutlons passed by the Ltli-
pliitlon   at   Dawson. In   which
egattons  were   mads-   In   n-
i    W.  W.  H. Mclnnes, then
Slier  for the  Yukon, and the
ig.svernmont wub asked to in-
Ilis. charges with the view of
iMclniics from office. An ac-
|g letter was a statement that
hail promised to investigate
e telegraphed  to Dawson
factB Btated ln the docu-
us   were uulhentlc  and   res-ply staling  they  were  and
administration    of   the
nol ban acceptable to the
Dawson-.    We dc*, not print
is' In full, because the only
(tii.- matter to which we wish
���iitlon ls that the Liberal
>l   Dawson  asked   for  the
*3f Mr. MclnneB. and that Sir
nirler appears to have prom-
(vestigatlon.
exceedingly  serious  mat-
Iths.y deeply concern the peo-
���rlttsli  Columbia   quite   apart
grounds advanced for Mclnnes'
om office.   Concerning these
|and  Intend to have nothing
��� knssw nothing of nny of the
ts and It  would not be our
hvestlgale them anyway.   Tho
|hal the Dawson Liberals, for
which aeemed  satisfactory to
llred to have Mr. MclnneB ro-
s    the    commlBStonershlp.
circumstances   his   entry
|i-li Columbia poll! Ics takes on
������rl, and thr danger that lien
isi'i> of his being a dominant
lirovinolal  politics Is greatly
W's. regret that a duo regard
ns a public journal oompels
tss this matter."
BOUNDARY ROADS.
lirvj  Trunk  and  Branch  Lints
General News.
iss The   Dally   Canadian.)
sks. Jan. 1!H.���The Inral lodge
I'i nilent Order of Odd  Pel-
Mils    ciiy    Installed    their
a    meellng    held     here
May    nlghl. who    will    hold
Iho   ensuing   term.    The
e liiBtallcd by DlBtrlct Depu-
Master of I'hnenlx, assisted
Msirshull A. Dtnsmoro, Grand
li. 1). Munroe, Grand I'orma-
fretary   Fred   Cooper,   Grand
George     Rutherford     and
|ii'liiclor Johnson of Phoenix.
Bwly   Installed   officers   nre:
liiller Dewdney;   P,  S., A.  L.
|; Treasuror, R. Frache; R. S,
11. Munroe: L. s. N. a., w. c.
Warden, Carl Wolfram; Con-
Kuvanagh; L. L. S.. Hugh
bhaplaln, George Rutherford;
ligs' S. Henderson; O. 0., T. h.
lOiganlfit, Waller Dewdney.
It elaborate banquet followed
Illation of Uicbo officers. Tho
spread which had been profs thoroughly enjoyed, and the
puking  and   music   wero   con-
jlll an eariy hour In tho morn-
llnis  reached  bore loday  from
Pentlcton that W. E. Wolby, a resident
of that district., is putting In a stage
line between Pentlcton and Oroville,
Washington, where It will connect, wllh
Ihe Great Northern railway. It Is also
ths- Intention to establish branch stage
llnea from this main or trunk line. The
first branch will connect with White
Lake, making lhat point a junction
point. Another line will then run south
through Fulrvlew ansl Osoyoos to Oroville, making thc trip from White Lake
lo Oroville In four hours. It Is fully
expected that this system of stage lines
will be In full operation by March I,
anil will continue to operate until the
trains are running Into KeremeoB.
The many friends of Superintendent
H. W. Worrlngton, of tbo Kettle Valley
Line railway, were pleased to' see him
arrive home yesterday from Spokane,
whero he has boen under treatment for
some weeks paat for an acute form
of appendicitiB. Mr. Worrlngton has
almost entirely recovered.   ,
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MARTIN   BURRELL.
A public meeting will be held
in ths- opera houss' Wednesday
evening. Martin Burrell, of Grand ��
Ksirks, will be present and will ad- *
dress the electors of Nelson. J. *.
A. Kirkpatrick. Conservative can-s s
didate. will be one of the speakers s��
ans' invitations are extended to ''
Dr. Hall and Frank Phillips. ; |
s S
NO HIOHERJAW CASE
Thaw's   Counsel   Publishes   Statement
That No  Such Appeal  Will or
Need Be Made.
Now York, Jan. 28.���The trial of Harry K. Thaw for the killing of Stanford
White will be resumed today before
Justice Fitzgerald lu the criminal
branch of the supreme court, lt will
probably be at least two days before
the five Jurors still needed will be obtained. The district attorney should be
able lo make hia opening address to the
jury nnd begin his direct examination
of witnesses by Wednesday. The line
of defence for Thaw was finally decided upon yesterday, In an Important conference held ln tho apartments of Del-
phlne M. Delmas, counsel for Thaw.
Those present at tho conference besides Mr. Delmas were Mrs. Evelyn
Thaw, Clifford W. Hartrldge, Thaws
closest legal adviser, John W. Gleason,
Charles McPlke, Daniel O'RIelly and
Russell Peabody, all of counsel for the
de fence. Thaws counsel issued the following authoritative statement last
night;
"Harry K. Thaw will be freed on tho
strict application of the laws ou the
Statute books of the state of New York.
There will be no intervention of any
unwritten "higher" law, as has been
surmised. We do not need to go beyond tlie statute hook to convince the
Jury that he should be acquitted."
On account of the constant presence
ln court of Mae Mackenzie, tho actress
companion of Mrs. Harry K. Thaw, one
of the counsel on the defence side hus
threatened  to leave lhe case.
Charles D. Newton, a retired business man, Gil years old, was selected as
juror No. 6 ln the Thaw trial today.
At 1*1:05 p. in. Iho court ordered a re-
ccbs until 2 p. ni. on account of a
break in the heating apparatus wlilcb
made the court room too cold for comfort. A new panel of 100 Jurors has
been summoned to report tomorrow
morning.
Publishing  House  Burned.
Springfield. Miibs., Jan. 28,���The
planl of the Phelps Publishing company
here was destroyed by fire early this
morning. The loss Is estimated at
$1,000,000. The company published
Good Housekeeping, n monthly magazine, and the Monthly American Agriculturist, New England Homestead, and
Farm ami Home. Arrangements are being made for the publishing of tiles"
Journals In other cities.
Tho plant comprises four buildings
ansl covers nearly nn acre of ground
raving West Wnrlhlngton street. No
one wus injured. The fire atartesl from
spontaneous combustion among some
benzine-soaked rags In Ihe basement of
the main building. In addition to this
structure, whicli was four stories In
height, thero was another four-storey
building, ono five slorles In height and
antoher of two and a half stories, all
being connected by passageways. Tho
buildings wore of brick.
Collision In Dakota.
nismark. N. D., Jan. 28.���The Northern Pacific passenger trains, Nos. I
and 5. runnlnlg late wllh double-headers, collided last, nlghl at Knowllnn.
west of here. Reports conflict as to
the Injured.
MILLERJEPLIES
Conservative Candidate
in Grand Forks
SCORES J. A. MACDONALD
Socialist Mclnnes Expresses Contempt for Regular Opposition-
Gregory is Impossible.
(Special to The Daily Canadian.)
Grand Forks, Jan. 28.���Another mass
meeting of citizens gaihered in tbe opera house lasl. Saturday night, there
being over 300 present This meeting
was called by the Socialist candidate,
Mr. John .Mclnnis, who was tbe first
speaker. He attempted lu a feeble way
to throw discredit on Ihe two old parties, and made an attack on lawyers.
He statesl lhat lawyers in parliament
would pass laws that Ihey did not understand themselves. Under his system
of Socialism ull kinds of litigation
woulsl be done away witli.
Mr. E. Miller, the Conservative candidate, was next culleti on to speak.
Mr. Miller was lu good fighting trim
and replied to the Socialist's attack on
lawyers in scathing ternia. lie said
that If the Socialists would live up to
what they preached they need not fear
lawyers. He then in a most forcible
manner scored J. A. Macdonald, tho
leader of the opposition, for the cowardly manner in wlilcb he had, at. the
meeting lbe night before, "when he,
Miller, did not have a right of reply,"
made attacks upon his own as well as
tho government's integrity. He further
stated that he, Macdonald. had iu his
Bpeech the night before, told only balf
the truth In dealing with public Issues,
such as ths> Kaien lslnud land ileal and
others. Mr. Miller was loudly applaud*
eil when he showed the audience that
in their speeches tlle previous evening
H. W. Gregory, tb" Liberal candidate,
and J. A. Macdonald. Ihe leader of the
opposition, had entirely disagreed on
the Important questiou of railway subsidies, Mr. Gregory being against railway aid, while Mr. Macdonald said emphatically lhat he was in favor of aiding railways by bonuses. In conclusion
Mr. Miller stated that tlle working men
of today owed the existence of their
tuber unions lo Sir John A. Mncdonald,
as Sir John was recognized as the
founder of these unions at the same
time the great leader of tb" Conservative party in Canada (prolonged applause) before the time Sir John took
the matter of labor organization in
hand, men were locked up for striking.
Mr. Miller finally concluded, amid
shrieks of applauses. It is estimated
that, this meeting gained over 100 votes
for the Conservative candidate, al tho
expense chiefly of III.* Liberal ranks,
owing to the conflict of opinions regarding railway subsidies of .1. A. Macdonald. the leader of the opposition,
and lbe Liberal candidate, Mr. Gregory.
RAISULI  AT BAY.
Famous Moroccan Rebel Surrounded by
Government Troops.
Tangier. Jan. 28.���Operations for the
pursuit o fltalsull will be begun today
with a bombardment of Zellalatl fortress, lu whicli Raisull is surrounded.
Large quantities of arms and ammunition have been forwarded tu the front
anil a number til tbe friendly tribes
will partlcipato In  Iho atlack.
USEFUL  PHILANTHROPY.
Exposition   of   Safety   Devices���American Casualty  List Too Long.
New York. Jan. 28.��� Several hundred men will attend a banquet tonight
In the Waldorf-Astoria in connection
wllh the exposition of Bnfety devices
uud Industrial hygiene which Is In be
held for two weeks 111 the Amerlcnn
Museum of Natural History. Slops will
be taken nt tlie banquet and ln the
exposition, which will be opened tomorrow, to promote a wider use of devices
invented for tlie protection of working-
men. This movement hud Its Inception
several weeks ago. when the census
showed that more thun 711,000 persons
were killed ln the United States last
year, or nearly twice thr number who
met death in Europe, Waere tho use
of safely devices had been fostered by
numerous societies.
NO ONE  TO  B_>ME.
Verdict of Coroner's Jury at Cranbrook
���Suggest Block System.
(Special to The Dally Canadian.)
Cranbrook, Jan. 28.���The inquest on
the body of A. L. Chapell, who waB
killed In the recent railway accident at
wardner, concluded here today In a verdict which completely exonerated both
train crews and despatchers. In the
first report of the accident lt waa stated that the despatcher gtve a "hurry-
up" order to the train "which ran into
the tail end of the preceding train. It
Is moBt satisfactory to have to record
that this statement was not borne out
In the evidence. Tbe Jury place it on
record that they find a serious defect
li* the existing rules cf t he C. P. R.
governing trains running on slow orders and suggest that trains receiving
such orders should be run ou The block
system.
IMPROMPTU   RALLY.
Enthusiasm Aroused    at    Conservative
Headquarters.
No rally was announced for last Saturday night at tlle Conservative committee rooms. In fact, many of the
most active workers were at the Strathcona shaking hands with R. F. Greeu
and N. F. Mackay.
But late in the evening so many were
In the rooms that an Impromptu programme was resolved upon. SiieecheB
were delivered by A. II. Shannon of
Five Mile Point, J. H. Schofleld and
E. D. Murphy of Trail, W. Hamilton of
Ymir. J. A. Kelley of Fairvlew, L.
Hanna of Knslo, H. Wright, W. A. Mac-
donalil. W. S. Drewry, Dr. Rose, D. M.
Carley, W. R. McLean and Melville S.
Parry. All the speeches were short,
crisis and to tho point and the meeting
wbb most enthusiastic.
The Conservatives are sure of success in the three ridings, Nelson, Ymir
and Kaslo, but efforts will not be relaxed In the slightest.
WAS MERE BLACKMAILER
Murderer of  William    Whiteley    Was
Professional   Criminal,,   Wanted
by Police.
London. Jan. 28.���A verdict of wilful
murder was rendered by a coroner's
jury Ibis morning against Horace
George Rayner, the man who shot and
killed William Whiteley , the well
known West bourne Grove merchant.
January 24. But few additional facts
developed at the Inquest and Ihe motive of the crime still remains a mystery, unless, as the police assert, it,
was the failure of an attempt to blackmail the merchant. The Bona and the
old employees of the murdered man testified lhat. they had never seen or
heard of Rayner before the day of the
tragedy. A witness testified to the
events Immediately prior to the shooting, and said he heard Rayner Bay to
Mr, Whiteley, "Are you going to give
way?" Mr. Whiteley replied, "No."
Rayner then Baid, "You're a dead man,"
and, drawing a revolver from his pock-
it. he fired and the merchant fell dead
without uttering a word. The detective inspector In charge of the caso
declared that all the evidence pointed
tss blackmail. He added that he had
searched Mr. Whlteley's* papers but had
not discovered a trace of anything rfr
latlng to Rayner. hut among the prisoner's papers wero found documents
showing lhat he wus wanted by lhe police.
DICKEN OUT OF THE FIGHT.
Fernie   Liberal   Candidate     Hopelessly
Beaten Already.
(Special to  The  Dally  Canadian.)
Fenilo. Jan. 27.���The Liberal cams-
palgn In this riding has entirely collapsed. J. A. Macdonald was not hero
for last night's meeting, aB advertised.
There were only 40 *persons present.
The little gathering was addressed by
Ihe Liberal candidate, W. M. Dicken,
and by Mr. Fisher, a young lawyer.
W. II. Moore, the Socialist candidate,
was present and got a good hearing.
He devoted his time to an nltack on
W. It. Ross, frankly giving as his reason for so doing that he had nothing
to fear from the Liberal candidate.
All efforts to elect Dicken are now
openly abandoned, lt ls well known
here now that when W. W. n. Mclnnes
waa here before nomination day, he
begged Dicken to withdraw In favor of
a stronger man. Dicken refused nnd
the whole party condemns and resents
hla refusal.
lis. Is certain to lose bis deposit and
the Socialist candidate ls not unlikely
PREMIER'S CHEER
Hon. R. McBride Confident
of Victory
WIRES TO J. A. HARVEY
News of Liberal -Collapse in Cranbrook Confirmed���Dr. King Has
Neither Strength Ror Hope.
(Special  to  The Dally  Canadian.)
Cranbrook, Jan. 28.���The following
telegram was received today by Mr. J.
A. Harvey from Premier McBride:
"Victoria, Jan. 27.���Have Just completed a most successful campaign
tour. The organization throughout ls
ln splendid condition. 1 can safely report tbat the countryis with us and
our return by an overwhelming majority ls assured. In the country's Interest tbe party must leave nothing undone to make the victory most decisive.
British Columbia must not tolerate Ottawa's interference in local affairs."
The premier strikes a dominant note
that will echo from soul to soul through
the province when he demands that Ottawa keep Its hands off British Columbian politics. He rightly estimates the
general situation. Here in Cranbrook
the fight Ib going hour by hour against
Dr. King, who is personally a most
worthy and estimable gentleman, most
deservedly popular with all classes, but
whoso campaign has beeu ruined, root
abd branch, by those associated with
hjm. Those meu know they have
bungled and blundered and are falling
Into, worse bungles and blunders as the
tight tightens upon them. The statement that Dr. King admitted the hope-
lesBness of bis campaign which appeared ln The Dally Canadian of the 20th
instant waB, as anticipated, furiously
contradicted In The Dally News of yesterday. Today. Mr. James Finlay,
mayor of Cranbrook, over his own hand
proves the admission up to tbe hilt and
beyond it. The greater the truth the
greater tho libel, and the bitterness
thereof.
"They have faith in their cause and
their candidate," Bays The Daily News
of yesterday. If thoy have It ls more
than t heir candidate possesses and
more than t hey possess, if they dared
speak the truth. Nothing sines- the date
of the classic satire of the devil rebuking sin can surpass the simulation
of hi.h- anger and pious grief of The
Dally News and Its correspondent that
the truth should be spoken. They moat
unwisely thought that the statement
coulsl 'lot er would not be corroborated
and took a long chance that the contradiction would pasB. The public
proof of the fact has laid them by the
heels. Let the public weigh the fact
against the froth of a futile denial and
let the fact be repeated that Dr. King
is out of lt. He may well pray to be
saved from hlB so-called friends who
have wrecked his hopes.
WHAT  PRICE THE  DENIAL.
Mayor   Finlay  of  Cranbrook  Confirms
Report In Dally Canadian.
(Special to The Dally Canadian.)
Cranbrook, Jan. 28.���Have seen a
contradnctlon ln The Dally Newa of a
statement concerning Dr. King, which
appeared ln The Dally Canadian. Dr.
King admitted to me personally that he
feared for hlB siicccbb In the election,
owing to It being a three-cornered
fight, with n labor candidate ln tho
field. JAMES FINLAY.
Mayor of Cranbrook.
home Friday, the police arrested last
night John Bell, a former street car
conductor, at his home ln Brooklyn.
The suspicions of the police were directed toward Bell by the discovery
that his wife died about a year ago
after an operation attending childbirth.
Dr. TownBend wa_ ui tending the woman
and had charge of the operation, being assisted by other doctors. Hell Is
reported to have blamed Ur. Townsend
for his wife's death and to have frequently complained about It to his
friends. When Bell was taken to police
headquarters and questioned he declared that Dr. Townsend waB no friend of
his but that he bad nothing to do with
the murder. The police are investigating Bell's actions on the night of
the shooting.
Noted Minister Dead.
Pittsburg, Jan. 28.���The Rev. Dr. Oil-
chrUt, secretary of the Home Mission
board of the United Presbyterian denominations, and one of the most prominent men of that church, died at his
home yesterday. Dr. Gilchrist was
born at West Huron, N. Y, in 1866.
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SOCIALISTS MEET TONIGHT.
n.   F.   Wilson, Socialist orator, ��'
arrived from RoBsland at noon to- ]
day and will be here until tomorrow     morning.        Arrangements .
have-been made for a public meeting ln Miners' Union Hall tonight
__A>AUAA.U__UlA_UAAUi
MINERS ARE ENTOMBED
Terrible  Accident in  German  Colliery
���Casualty  List  Will  Probably
Reach 200.
Zaarbrucken, Rhenish Prussia, Jan.
28.���The worst mining accident that
has occurred in Germany for many-
years was reported from the Pedon
mine here today.
Two hundred and fifty miners were
entombe dearly this morning at tbe
Pedon shaft by an explosion of firedamp. Ten corpses and many Injured
miners have been taken out.
Later.���As this despatch is being
tiled, 125 bodies have been recovered
from the Pedon mine, and 300 miners
are still missing, showing that thero
were more men in the mine at the
time of the explosion than was at first
reported.
Later.���One hundred and sixty-four
bodies and seventeen dangerously injured miners have now been taken from
tho mine.
ICE THREATENS NAVIGATION.
North, East and West Coasts of Newfoundland   Blockaded.
St. John's, N. F.. Jan. 28.���The Brit.
Isb schooner Robin, laden with fish for
Lisbon, was crushes! ln the Ice floes on
tbe north coast last night. The crew
was successfully Baved. The Ice Is
masBod and being driven southeast of
thc Grand Hanks, threatening to ob-
tstruct thc passage of ocean linere.
The west coast ls also blockaded.
SQUALL AT HONGKONG.
Sudden Storm In Harbor Played Havoc
With Chinese Sailors.
Hongkong, Jan. 28.���A terrific rain
squall broko over Hongkong thiB morning. In the space of 10 minutes it Bank
over 50 Chinese craft In tho harbor,
more than 100 natives being drowned.
There were no casualties among the
white population. Launches from the
shore rescued many occupants of the
fiwnmped boats. The harbor was littered with the wreckage ot the sunken
boats. During the squull the river
Bteamer Paul Bean broke adrift, but
she waB brought back to anchorage
without sustaining nny damage.
INADEQUATE  MOTIVE.
Police Think Dr. Townsend Was Killed
by Husband of a Patient.
New York, Jan. 28��� Suspected of
knowing something of the death of Dr.
Chas. W. Townsend, of Staten Island,
who was mysteriously murdered ln his
Loss to Learning and Charity.
Chicago, Jan. 28.���Edward McKln-
stry Teall, for years president of the
Chicago Underwriters' Association, died
last night after a most severe Illness
of la grippe. Mr. Teall was born ln
Albany. N. Y., Jan. 22, 1830. At the
time of his death Mr. Teall waB president of the board of trustees of the
McCormlck Theological Seminary and
president of the Chicago Relief and Aid
Society.
WIN MORAL VICTORY.
German Socialists  Lose  19 Seats but
Total Vote Is Increased.
Berlin, Jan. 28.���According to the
latest returns of the reichstag elections, the Socialists bave gained one
and lost twenty seats, but their total
vote has Increased probably 10 or 16
per cent.
BELIEVES  IN  SUBSIDIES.
J. A. Macdonald Says Aid to Railways
Is All Right.    '
(Special to The Daily Canadian.)
Grand Forks, Jan. 28.���At the Liberal mass meeting held here J. A. Maedonuld, leader of the opposition, in reliving to a question asked by Mr! Hal-
scy, a Socialist speaker, stated that be
was In favor of subsidizing railways.
ENTIRELY^ FALSE
Vancnnver World Slander
AIL FACTS NSW KNOWN
R. F. Green and Rdl F. lac-cay
Discus Latest Fabrications by
Chief Liberal Organ
Trains and Boats.
Crow train���Seven hours late.
CuaBt and Slocan train���On time.
Rossland train���On time.
Kaslo connection���Ou time.
Prices of Metals.
New York, Jan. 28���Silver, 68 l-4e;
copper. 2-1 l-8c;  lead, $6.
London, Jan. 28.���Silver, 31 l-2d.
R. F. Qreen���ex-chief commissioner
of Lands and Works, came ln on the
coast train from Arrowhead Saturday
night and is a guest at the Strathcona
until this morning, when he and N. F.
MacKay left for Kaslo. Mr. Green has
been for the past week In the Lardeau -
section of the Kaslo constituency, on
which tour he has been accompanied
by Mr. Nell F. MaoKay, the popular
Conservative candidate for that riding.
Meetings were held at Beaton, Trout
Lake and Ferguson, at each of which
points the attendance waB large and
the enthusiastic character ot the meetings was a surprise even to the moat
sanguine supports ot the government
cause.
Both Mr. Oreen and Mr. MacKay ad
dressed the electors who turned out in
crowds on the general policy and record
of the McBride administration. The
rabies respecting Kaien' Island, the
Columbia ft Western land grant, and
the other concoction by which the opposition appeals to the credulity of the
electorate.
The lucid, clear and frank exposition
of the government's policy was thoroug-
ly appreciated at each point, and the
unqualified support of the solid Tote of
Kaslo is assured for Mr. MaoKay. After
the meeting at Trout Lake the cltliens
tendered a non-partizan banquet to Mr.
Oreen, at which political differences
were completely obliterated, and the
whole town united to do honor to the
late chief commissioner. The endorsement of Mr. Green's record was enthusiastically cheered and the affair
was the strongest possible Intimation
of the confidence ot the people In Mr.
Green and Mr. MacKay.
Aaked If he had anything further to
say with respect to the cbargea ot the
Vancouver World on the Telqua and
Pine River valley licenses Mr. Green
said:
"My denial of those charges was ex-
Illicit and emphatic. I stand by lt and
do not need to add to It
"I see by reports ln the press that
Dr. Macdonald Btated at Vernon, on the
authority of an alleged telegram trom
the coast, that tho statement of the
premier, that no licenses had been Issued to Sir Adolph Caron, The Transcontinental Exploration syndicate, or
any one else, ln the Pine River dlatrlct,
was not borne oot by the facts.
"The statement of the premier ls absolutely correct, aa no' licenses bare
been Issued to any person within the
dlatrlct referred to, as lt haa always
been the policy of past governments to
refuse to deal with the lands In that
district until such time as the Dominion government grant, under the Set-
tlement Act (of 3,600.000 acrea) wu
satisfied.
"No telegrams from anywhere can dls-
pute these statements, aa the records
uf the Lands and Works department
are open, and will show these facts to
be absolute and Incontrovertible."
Mr. Green has, during the past few
weeks, met the electorate of various
sections of tho province and expresses
hla unqualified confidence In the return of the government. The stable
conditions In business and the rapid
development of the country Inspire a
feeling of general satisfaction that It
will be Impossible for the opposition, by
argument or fabrication, to unsettle or
overturn.
Mr. Neil F. MacKay, when asked If
he cared to make any statement relative to the charges under discussion,
said:
"With reference to the charges made
by the Vancouver World, I wish to say
that Mr. Green's statement as to how
Caron was asked to issue stask ln the
Transcontinental Syndicate ' ln my
name Is absolutely correct. At that
Hme I was not, nor was I for months
afterwards connected with the Lands
and Works department.
"1 emphatically deny that thla stock
waa to be held ln trust for Mr. Green,
or that he was to be, In any way, Interested therein.
"1 may add that whether Issued or
not no such stock has ever been re-
c. Ised by me." .*
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OIL NOTICES.
hereby given Hint ��> dan alter dale I
nu to iha Bonorable iht* I .Mai Cam*
i>f i-iiiHlv iiiiii Wi>rki Ior a license lo
i-'al and petroleum over the (ollow-
ittiiHtvd lu miles north ot tin- inter
iitrli.-v line and --ttm ol the Klathead
mn*-.* al h puii marked VV K. Cooke's
' I*"*-1 thence HOChafiil Mniilh. theliee
i, thanoo 80 Ohalna north, theuce tM)
> point of i-iitiimeiir--tii-*l4l.
. in. 1900. w. E Cooki.
w
hrehj Riven that ��lxty dayn after
��� to apply to the Honorable the
tulonor of Uu.i- and Worki for
rotpeot Ior oot! _nd petroleum o\*ji
1 iimi Situated III miles north of
'iml l.iHiii'lary line and east ol the
l"-KiiinltiK at a post roarkt-d K.1I.
oorner pom, tnence ho chalna
0 chalna eaat, theuce KO chalna
' i imm-  weat  to  -point nl uom-
- 1.1  IDOA,
h II. coou.
Trliy given that Hlxty daya afler
to apoly to the honorable thi) Chief
' of l.uiid�� and Workti for a lleeiiae
I ooal tind petroleum over the (ol*
Kltuatud ll miles north ol the in-
"Hiiidary line anil eaat of the Klat-
li(*Kliiiiluft at a poal marked H H.
" corner poat, thence 80 chalna
���*- '*��� chaiua eatil, thence Wi ehalna
B mi chalna woat lo point ul com-
IA,   IWW
H. B I'AKKRa.
i'*M*liy given 'hal fit' daya after dale I
ffl'l v to the Houorahle thu ('hief I'uni*
pf Lands and Worka forallcenae to
f conl and iM'trolnum over the follow-
fltuatad 7 milea north of tho interna*
Bidury Hue and eaat of lho Flathead
piiiimi: at a poat marked J Cribble's
T pom, thenoe W) chalna north, tbeuce
nat, thenco 80 ohalna aouth, thenee 80
>olnt of commencement.
. HMO, J.ttllBBLE.
"reby given that Bo daya after date I
I'i j- to the Hon Chief Commissioner
I Worka Ior a llceuae to proapect for
���etroloum over   Ihu   following land:
i   in lien north   of   the international
ine and oaat of tho Flathead river.
at  a  poat   marked A. Hurd'a M. VV
. tbenoe m chaiua north, thenee 80
thenoe BO chaiua aouth, thenoe BO
P1 to pniut of eommeucement.
���"���H-1-90G. A.Hxian.
Ibereny Kiven that alxty daya after date
pplj lo the Hon. Chief Coramlaalon-
pa and Vt orkB for a license to prospect
1" peroloum over the following laud:
v mt ten north of the international
HI"- and eaat of the Flathead river,
���In boat marked 0. Cook'a B. W. corner
���' 80 obaina north, theuee HO ohalna
V BO Ohalni aouth. thonce 80 ohalna
nt of coininouoement.
"13, IBM, C. Cooaa.
Notice la bereby given that alxty daya after
date I Intend to apply to the Honorable .'hief
Commiaaioner of Lauda aud Worka (or a llceuae
to proapect for coal and petroleum over the following land: Situated nine milea north of the
International boundary line and eaal of the
Flathead rlvor, beginning atapoa* marked H.
Krneger'a N. W. corner poat, thoueo W ohalna
aouth, tbeuce 80 ohalna eaai, thonce 80 chaiua
north, thence It) chaini*- weat to polut ol commencement.
Dated Nov. 13, 1906 H, Krvkiikh.
Notiee la horebyglven tbatalxtydayaaftor date
I Intent] to apply to the Hon. Chief Commission
er of Lands anu Worka for a liceuae to proapect
for coal and peiroleum over tbe the following
and: Hituated ulue milea north of lhe interna
tional boundary line and oaat of lbe Flathead
river, beginning at a poat marked 0. Krueger'i
N. K corner poat, thoueo 80 ehalna aouth. tbonce
Ho ohalna weat, thenoe 80 chaiua north, tbenoe 80
chalna eaal to point of commvuoemeut.
Dated Nov. Lllh, 1W6. 0. K IU K.iKh
Notlco la herohy given that GO dara after date 1
intend to apply to the Honorable tho Chief Commlaaioner of Lauda aud Worka for a lleeuau to
prospect for eoal and petroleum over the lollowlng land : Hituated two mllei noi h of the International boundary lino aud weal ol lho Flalhoal
rive, beglhn ug al a poat marked rt. Collin*. S. K.
corner poal, theuce H" obaina north, thenee 80
ohilna weat. thence 80 cbaina aoutii. thence 80
obaina eaat io point ol commencement.
Dated Nov. 14, 190ft. ����� OoLLiai.
Notice la hereby givon that 60 dava after dale 1
Intend to upply to the Hon. Chief Commlaaioner
���f Landa and "'orka for a llceuae to proapect for
ooal and petroleum over tin* following laud:
Situated two mllaa nortb of tbe inUriiattonal
boundary line and weit nt tio* Fliithend river.
Begiuuiugal a poit murked C. C. Ujiuhub H K,
oorner po*t, ihenoe 80 chnlna lOHtn, theuce (*"
ohalna weat, tbeuce Bu chain*) nortb, tbeuce b0
ohalns eat-t to point of eommeni eni'-i'l.
Dated Nov. 14.1906 C O. Bjhurui.
Notice la li* reby givon that 00 dayi ultor date I
Intend to applv tothe Honorable tho Chief Com-
minloner ol Lands and Worka for a llceuae to
protpaot for OOM nnd petroleum over the following laud: Hituated two mllua north of the Inter-
national boundary line and weat of the Matheajl
river. Beginning rat a post marked L.H Molnnd-
er'a N. E. corner po-t, tbenco-SO chain.** aouth,
thenoe 80 ohalna eaat, thenee 80 cbaina north,
thenoe 8<l ebalna weat to point of commencement.
Dated Nov. 14, imm. I- ��  Mouhdbb.
Notiee la hereb* given that 60 daya alter date 1
inteud to apply to the Honorable (.hief Commls-
���lon*r of Lands and Worka for a llceuae to proapect for ooal and petroleum over thc (ollowlng
land: Pltuatod two milea north of the International boundarv line and weat of the Flathead
river lteglnnlng at a poal marked W. linker a
B. W. corner prut, thence W ehalna north, tbeuce
80 ohalna oaat, thenoe BO chalim aouth, thene* 80
chains weal to poim of commencement.
Dated Nov. 14, l��Hi. W. TlHUdU
Notice la hereuy given thai -90 daya alter date 1
Inteud to apply to the Honorable thiol Commlaaioner of Landa aud Worka for a llceuae to proapect [or coal and petroleum over tbe following
land: Situated two milea uorth of the international boundary line and west of tbe Flathead
river, begiuniug at a poat marked J. Collins'
N. K oorner poat, Ihcnce 8U chatna imuth, theuce
80 cbaina weat, tbenee 00 ohalna nortb. theuce 80
chains eaal tu potut of oommenoement.
Dated Nov   14,190G. J. Coixinh.
Notice la hereby given tbal 60 (lave alter date 1
lutend to apply to the Honorable the Chief Commlaaioner of Landa and Worka Eor a llceuae to
prospect for ooal and petroleum over tbe followlug laud i Situated two milea north of the International boundary line and weat of the Klathead
river. Beginning at u poat marked W. LeUallals'
N. W. corner poat. tbence HOehalUK aouth, tbenee
81) cbaina oaat. thenee 80 ehalna north, thonce 80
-hain* woat to point of commence!!
Dated Nov. 14.1906.
W. LRdiLUlfl.
Notice ia hereby given that ��) daya afler date I
inteud toapply to tbe nun, Chlel tommlaaioner
of 1.mi.Is ami Worka for a 'ioouac lo prospect lor
coal and petroleum over the (ollowlng laud:
Situated kU iiiIIoh uorth of the international
boundary line and oaat of the Klathead river
liegtnulnu at a poat marked K. II iliird'a N. W
enrner po*l, tbenee 80 ebalna aouth, tbence 80
������halm eaat, theuee 80 chatna north, tlience 80
ohalna weat to poini of commencement
Dated Nov. 16,1906 K. 11. Huru.
NOTICE
PHONING AND GRAFTING carefully attended tu. Apply
HARRY WILLIAMS,
Silver King Hotel.
/**��w $1.5-9
SHERIFF'S SALE
By virtue nf a Warrant of Execution laaued out
of tho County Court of West Kootonay, holden at
Trout Lake, at the suit of A. Crawford, Plaintiff,
ngaiuat W. B. Pool, Defendant, and io me directed. 1 have seised and taken iu Executiou all the
right, title and intereet of the aald Defendant,
v.. It. Pooi, in about iK,*SV> share***., more or leaa of
the capital atock of the Or<*at Northern Mlnea,
Limited, und will Bell iho aald ali area, or aa many
thereoJ aa inav la* noieaaary to aallafy aald judgment debt and coats ul Public Auction, at my
ofllce, near tbe court house. In the City of NaT-
mm, B.O , on Monday, tbe 4th day of February,
1907, at tbe hour of eleven o'clock lu the tote*
noon.
Note:-Intending    purohaacrB     will    Hailafy
tbemaolvca aa to the Intereal of tbe aald  W.  It.
Pool, lu tbe aald abarea of the aald Capital Slock
Dated al Noiaon, B.C., 28rd January, 1W7.
P. P. TUCK,
Sheriff of Bouth Kootenaj
CONSERVATIVES. LABORBEN
SOCIALISTS AND LIBERALS
All  wulti'il on ullki" iiriiT the electiun
at the
Red Cross Drag Store
NOW OPEN.
Iiaknr St., near Josephine, Nelson, B. C.
T*0* Strathcona
Nelion, B.O.
B. Tomkins, Manager.
The Leading Hotel in the
Kootenays.
Oood   Sample    Rooms.
Queen's Hotel
r Btr-Bt, NelMn. B. C.
Lighted by Eleotriaity end
HeXed by Hot Air
KATH IS nil HAV
Largo ftusl Comfort-bits B-slroomi and Flnt-
cla�� inning Room.   Bample Boom, lor Commtr-
nui a.n
MRB. K. C.CI-tkKI, ProprMtrew
UPWARDS
A collection of all the Latest
Shapes and Sizes.   A free
smoking and most satisfactory pipe.
W. cA. THURMAN,
Tobacconist.   Baker Street.
A* McDonald &Co.
WHOLESALE
MERCHANTS
Dealers in staple and fancy Grooerie.
Bntter, Eggs.
Oampand Miners' Supplies.
Tremont Hotise
European aad Amarloan Plan
Heals tt ou.   Room, from K cu. te ll
Only While Help Implorad.
MALONE  * TBEQILLUB
Baker Bt., Nelion Proprlaton
Bartlett   Hotise
GEO. W. BABTLBTT,
Proprietor.
Best Do_u-a-Dar House ia Nelson.
Tne Bar li the Flneet.
White Help Only Rnsplss-oc.
Josephine Bt
Lake View Hotel
Cornar H��n and Vernon,
two blocks from wbart.
GEORGE HARRISON, Proprietor.
ttatM 11 .OCftwr day and tip.
P. O. Boi 161.
TrelephOD* US.
NELSON, B. C.
Grand Central Hotel
J. A. ERIOK80N, Proprietor.
Oeetrallr Looated. Open Da; and Nl��lu.
���ample and Bath Boom. Tn*.
Opposite Court Boose and Post Office.
Corner Wui ud Vernon Slrt.is.
Royal Hotel
MM. WILLIAM BOBBBIB,
Pate. |1 and $1.60 a Day.
Special Batee to Regular Boarder.
Athabasca
Saloon*
COXROt
BAKER AND
EO0TENAY
STKEEIS.
Msssst comlortaMe quartern tn Nelion
Only the h-et of Llqoora and t.iiiarB.
BILLIARDS.
POOL
MARTIN   IVENS        JNO.  PHILBERT
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
RAILWAY
Excursion Rates
Rossland Winter
Carnival
Fare and One-Third
For thc Round Trip
From Reveletoke, Ferule and all Intermediate and limnuh line polntB.
ON SALE FEBRUARV 11 TO 16.
LIMIT,   FEBRUARY   18.
For detailed Information apply to local
agents.
Building Lots for Sale.
H. t\ M. BIRD, AGENTS FOR
THE ADDITION A TOWNSITE
CO'Y WILL BE PLEASED TO
QUOTE PRICES OF LOTS AND
TERMS ON APPLICATION.
������������
H.   <&  M.   BIRD.
���__��� T. G. PROCTER ?___���
Has every class of Real Estate and Buildings in Nelson
for sale, from Business Blocks and Warehouses
to Market Gardens.
T. Q. PROCTER
THE OLDEST REAL ESTATE DEALER IN NELBON.
Choice Fruit
Lands
I Have 10,000 Aem
ofthe
Choicest Fnrtt Laads la
British Cohmbhu
Can sell any quantity from 5 acres to -.,000 in one block.
Buy now and get the ground floor prices.
J. E. ANNABLE,    -    Nelson, B. C.
Heavy Hams
Most economical for Camp and Hotel use.
Large shipment just received from W.
Davies Co., Toronto. . . Also Davies'
MEDIUM HAMS, BACON, AND LARD
Po Burns & Co., Ltd.
Orders by mill to any branch will bar*        DMJ C__\_   , ,    _______m    W   C
onr prompt ud ooroftU attention. X1C*0 \JuX���.   _!____���) O*  __���*���>���
_^S___of Fine Eiderdown Quilts
From $6.00 to $35.00.
Sea Our Vatrlaty of SOO Ptotui
Standard Fw nit tt te Company
AOBNTSi
Muon M Klack Plaaot.
Oit��rmoi _ MattnaSM.
liatihaUuiltaiTMattraaaaa.
Complete Hook Ftmishen
Undertaken,    Emhalaen
SNOWSHOES
Ladies' and Childre'n Club Bnew Shoee  |1.TI par fair
A NEW BOOK by a well knew a Canadian Journalist, "The Csmerens
ef Bruce," by R. L. Richardson tlM; peataf* 1Se
Our Mall Order Department I s at yonr serrloe -
Canada Drug: ��& Book Co.
NOTICE.
B. J. OOYLB, J. 8. OABTEB,
A.U.l'.i.. Veni-mmir. D. P.A., Nation
F, C GREEN      F. f. BURDEN      A. H. GREEK
GREEN BROTHERS AND BURDEN
Civil Engineers, Dominion and British
Columbia Land Surveyors
COR.VICTORIA t KOOTENAY STS., NELSON, B. C
F. 0. Box US   Phone 2(1 B.
25 Feet Frontage
on Baker Street
5 Roomed Building
Price ROOO.OO
H. L Croadsdaile & %_
Next Door to Bank of Commerco.
NOTICE !��� baruby (ivru tbat an application
will be mide to tbe Initiative AHtmtily ot tbe
Provincial Brltlib Columbia ��t tu next itesslon
lor an art authorltlu tbe Patrlak Lumber Com-
imiiy. Limited, lo i*-laoe,oouitruvt, and maintain,
a dam or dami, booms, l'lrr***-, illd-H, and otber
.vnrku in and aoroH tbti Kootenay rlvar at or
near Thruma BlaiUm (about opposite Hub-lot IV.
ot Lot 4AM, (iron.. 1, soMenay distriet): and lo
und across tbe Llttla Blocan river; and in and
across tbe -Slocan river at a nolnt or points he-
low tbe aonth of tbe Little Bloean river: (or the
purpose ol 4rlrlnrc, ralutig, sorting holding.and
tnanularturlnr saw-logs and timber; to occupy
(he surface ol ibe eald rivers where ner��stary for
tbe purposes aforesaid; to elear. Improve, and
remove obstructions Irom the said rivers tor log-
driving, ratline, and boomln-g purposes; to levy
and oollecl tons and due-, on logs timber ana
lumber of persons using or profiting by inch
works, i'l. nring or improvements; to enter npon
and expropriate lands; and do all other things
neovssfiry, incidental or conducive totheeier-
olse of auy of the above powers.
Dated tbe 10th day of December, 19M.
ft. W. HANNINGTON,
Solicitor tor the Applicant.
Certificate of Improvements
notice
"Impress," "Climax," "Horseshoe," "Queen,"
"union  Jack,"  sltnated in Nelton Mining
Division
liocated on Porcupine creek.
Take Notloe that I, Frunk Fletcher, agent lor
thuA.iiTf Oold Mful"g -.'Oinpanv, Free Miner's
Certlnoate No  H___M) Intend, tin days from date
hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for a
Certiorate of Impr >vementr* (or the purpose <*f
obtaining a Crown Grant of tbe above claims.
And further take notice that action, under
Section 87, must t>L> commenced before .he Issuance of sucb ('orttflcateot Improvements.
1 .- tel Nelxon, IHth Dec., 1W6.
Frank Flitcuii,
Certificate of Improvements*
NOTICB t
"Hay," ������B.C.." "Strathroy," "Joy." MJ��f ft**-
tional," and -John D liable?"MineralClaJ_aa,
sltuatad In the Slocan City Mining PItUsUb et
tbe West Kootenay District.
Where located -North of T*^��lvt MUe Creak
about one and a balf milea np.
Take notie; tbat I, H. R. Jorand of Slooax k.o.
Free Miner's oartiOcato No. B7tnt, aa agtiit for
Horace O. Van Tuyl, Proa Miner ��� oertlfleaU Ifo.
H.MJ, intend, sixty days from the data hereof,
toapply to the Mining Recorder tor a certificate
of Improvemenu, for the porooaa of obtaining a
Crowr-i 0r_nt of the said mineral claims.
And fmtber Uke notice that action nndar
Section 87, must be commenoe-i before tba lie-a-
anc�� of such Certificates of Improve mania.
Dated this Srd Day of January. 1-ftrf.
B. R. JORAND.
Certificate of Improvements
NOTICE
"Hatton" mineral elalm, sltuatad tn the Naleon
Mining Division of Wait Kootonay dlstrlei
Where located:-On Toad mountain.
Take Notloe that 1, John McLatoblo acting et
argent for Ooortre A. Campbell, Free Miner's Car
tlflcate No. *��.7077, Intend, sixty daya from U>
date hereof, to appy to tha Mining Recorder fo>
a Certificate of improvemenu, forth* pnrpoee o
obtaining a Crown Grant of the above claim.
And further Uke notloe that action. nn��*e
section 17, must be commenced before tba Upl-
ance of such Certificate of Improvemenu.
D*. ted.thll 17th day "���'   -ovembei, 1001
Job - McUtoMi A Few Suggestions
Ahout _imull tllft-ior PrlzeH
Bsn��n Plena ol riiiisn. . .11.26,2.M. ;.3o i..w
Ulai. Hon-Hnn   Ulahai 1 H>.   ..*'
fillvor Hois-Hissi   SpoOM ."rS
Bonvonlr Bpoon, 1.00,1.26, l.ai
Hilvrl  Kisslsrsslsli.TS Si'lss 1.00,1.2.1
Hllver IVsssll. .      .80c. SOe, 1.50. 2.IHI
l'n|str Knlven 7Sr, 1 00, I.26
Toilet llnlllel  80c-
llelr I'm Tr��y�� 1-25
tlslt     lllaiss       unsl    Hterlllm      ' ssllsir
llssllon Biu      260
Gold I'lssls.l JfWil GSSB     2.4i
I'lpus   .
,t uiMnousnt on Everything tor On* Mure Week
J. O. PATENAUDE
VAT1IHMAKEK.
MANPFACTFUINH JKWU.1.KH.
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STOP!    i
THINK!!
Of the   dlflarenoe there is
between  1st. nnd Unds.  in
Canned   Goods ���
We oarry only ��
FIRSTS       ���
One trial nf mir
?   ���
JTartan  BrandJ
���
\
will oonvinoe ymi  chat vt
s'lim- n full s��roek
��� Table   Fruit
��� Vegetables
t Pie    Fruit
Maple Syrup*
���
���Seme  Price as Inferlo
* Goods
|BellTradingCo.|
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Old Curiosity Shop
II you wanl to buy or Bell anything*,
go to tho Old Curiosity Simp. A new
llie of Japanese Clouds now on sal*>
A* kinds of Diuuerware in stock. Patterns.
HOTEL  ARRIVALS.
Cor. Vernon and Ward Street**.
INBLSOIN.   B. C.
FEED J. HU_J-,.Proprietor.
A. E. Merry, Crystal City; Miss Simmons, Fiedericton; S. F. Tolmie, Victoria: j. Ezinigii aud family, Winnipeg;
1). H. Telhiiil, Saskatoon; F. E. Caul-
lielil. G. A. Mclntyre. .1. A. Macdonald.
.1. E. Fleislinian, 11. Wright, Vancouver:
H. C. Martin, Toronto; .1. A. Macdonald,
Roealasd.
STRATHCONA.
E. A. Rolf, A. \V. Watson, Rossland;
.1. Siiuires. Rossland; H. W. Lloyd, W.
.1. Stewart. Toronto;; I). E. McDonald,
Novn Scotia; T. W. Uingay, Trail: .1.
Lawrence, E. W. Montgomery. Minneapolis; Mrs, H. T. Irvine, H. M. liar-
rett, Bpokane; B. E. Neville, C. E.
Cartwright, Vancouver; Arthur T. Mills,
Seattle.
UUEEN'S.
B. F. Wilson. Berkeley; C. M. Edwards, F. Phllllppe, Saskatoon.
TREMONT.
M. McOulre, New    York;    C. Cook.
N. D. Stanlev, J. I). Newman. Spokane.
SILVER KING.
.1. Cousins. Movie.
GRAND CENTRAL.
S. Silver. .1. Tonkin. Shields.
LAKEVIEW.
L. E. Frulick, Cranbrook;   D. Jones,
Creston.
BARTLETT.
E. Dnvls, Sandon; II. .1. Wilson. Creston.
ROYAL.
Mr. aud Mrs. Warner. London.
TO LET
TWO KIRBT-CI.AHfl ROOMS, ssleem heated.   Applv hOUSSkasMT, Urd Hal, K. W. 0, block.
WANTED.
KSlUNKKIUll'l niSll.MEN Bl Wallllllllril Mill,
sss-ssr Oranbraok, B.O., hUss Irishmen At I'rsscusr
Mill.
WATTSIintO I.UMBEIl CO.,
IVatubnra, B.C.
NOTICE
Notice '�� hereby given that on Monilny, Peb��
ruiiry .i-.th, 1907, that lln* r-iiirt nf R��vtsion (or
llir Municipality iif the ('ity ol HIck-aii will he
held in the ('liy Il-all nn above date, at J p m ,
for tbe purpose ol reviling the  ANsesamcnt   Roll
of the City ol _loe*n. TiiosfiniAlMn-*. complAlnti*
Bffatnittheli BHeament an* required to have
their proteeta In the baud-ol the City Clerk ten
dayi previous lo the tlrst littiog of the Court oi
Revision.
Dated February 24th, 1.07,
N. MORRISON,
c.M.0.
The Store of Quality
II you like nice, clean, crisp
Biscuits we recommend you to
try tlle
20th Century Package
Per Package.
Graham Wafers  10c
Lemon   Cream ...,10c
Vanilla  Wafers      10c
Society Tea    ....10c
New England Ginger Snap 10c
Krispo Ginger Wafers   10c
Butter���Thin    10c
Milk  Toast    10c
Dainty  City  Soda  (Salted) 15c
Saratoga  Flakes  (Salted)    15c
12'
WANTED
General Job Work, Chimney Sweeping, Carpet Cleaning, Fixing and Cleaning  Stovss, ate.
JACKSON   RADCLIFFE,
131 last Maker 8t. Phone No. A114
We Have :
Cough Vrops
That    Will   Relieve
the Whooping Cough
Choquette Bros*
UAXOtSTRSTT
I'm up in paokagas anil thus
over fresh. It coals little to
(tive them a trial, and thoy
[irovv themselves worlli it.
Rob.M.Hood&Co.
K. W. 0. Block . Phone 10.
FLOUR
We have just unloaded a car of
Purity Floti*
Made from high grade Manl-
lobn Hard Wheat. Without a
doubt It Is the best flour on
the market. Money refunded
If not satisfactory.
J. A. IRVING _ CO.
Telephone llll.
HOUSTON BLOCK.
\
The Daily tanadian
Dr. S. F. Tnlmle, provincial veterinary inspector, arrived from Victoria
lasi nlghl and is al the Hume.
In   the  police  court   this momlng  a
drunk" paid a $20 fine and (10 damages for [ailing through lhe door of a
private residence lasl  night.
Kerr 4i Co. announce lhe closing "f
their store for stocktaking. When linstock siu-eis are completed tin* new
firm will take over Ihe business.
Copper has made another advance.
Il went up throe points today and Is
now *-t*_ cents. Silver and lead both
declined slightly.
.Members of the Conservative campaign committee are requested to attend at the party committee rooms every night during thiB week except
Wednesday and Saturday.
James Lawrence, formerly of Nelson,
as hardware merchant, and later as local manager for the J. H. Ashdown
Co., arrived last night from Winnipeg,
his present home. Mr. Lawrence looks
well and reports all members of h b
family in good health. He ls on his
way to the coast sities and San Francisco, and said, "I couldn't think of
travelling any way but through Nelson." He will remain at the Stratrcomi
for several days.
A proposal was made Saturday night
to the Conservative committee through
Its chairman, 11. S. Lennie, lor a joint
meeting in the opera house Tuesday
evening, with Mayor Gillett in the
chair, and no speakers except the candidates. The proposal came from the
Socialists. Had it lieen made earlier
in the campaign it would probably have
been accepted. Hut the Conservatives
have arranged their programme for
the week and cannot alter it al this,
late date.
NO   UNSEEMLY   HASTE.
Trial    Beginning    Today    for    Murder
Committed a Year Ago.
lllverliend, L. I., .Ian. 28.���The unusual spectacle of a wife appearing as
one of the chief witnesses against her
husband will be witnessed In the supreme court here when Ln*. .1. W. Simpson, a prominent dentist, goes on trial
[or his life before Justice Kelly. The
trial will begin today. Mrs. Simpson
who is one of the principal witnesses
for the prosecution, was not an eyewitness to the shooting, but was one
of the first persons to reach the side
o? her stricken father, and also a witness to events immediately preceding
the shooting. Dr. Simpson is accused
oT having deliberately shot his father*
in-law, Hartley Horner, on December
25, 11105, in the kitchen of the Horner
home at Northport. L. I. Horner ls
said lo have frequently rebuked his
son-in-law for alleged habits. Homer,
It Is said, had prepared the draft of a
will in which he was to have left his
property to his wife and daughter in
such a way that Simpson could never
have the handling of any part of It. The
will was to have been finally drawn np
and signed the day of Ihe shooting.
The declared Intention of Horner to
make such a will is ascribed as the motive for the crime. Dr. Simpson's defence will he that the gun was discharged accidentally, preparatory to
cleaning it. The only witness of the
shooting was Frank Wlsnewaki, a
Polish stable boy, who became insane
soon after the tragedy occurred and
who cannot be called to testify at the
trial.
Gruesome Discovery.
Pittsburg, Jan. 28.���Albert, llouck
found the body of his wife lying on a
table in her room burned to a crisp
when he returned home from work
'late last, night. The first police theory
of accidental death was abandoned
when It was discovered that nothing
else ln the room was burned, not even
the table on which the woman was
found. When the woman's husband arrived home the doors were all locked
and all the llghtu in the house were out
and he was compelled to climb through
n cellar window.
SUFFOCATED BY AMMONIA.
Four    Employees    of    Armour  4  Co.
Were Smothered.
Chicago. Jan. 28.���Four men were
killed and 1G others seriously Injiiresl
today by the explosion of an Ice machine filled with ammonia In the power house of Armour & Co. Twenty men
were working in the room when I he
hend of a cylinder on the Ice machine
blow off. filling the room with fumes.
IID.I   PPO jojopjoiuopuauapui   oqi   jo
LIGHTENING THEIR BURDENS.
Kingston Relieved of Taxes for a Year
by  Island  Government.
Kingston. Jan. 28.���Governor Swettenham has Informed the municipal
council thai the government hns decided to relieve the people of Kingston of
taxes for fifteen months.
Eastern Hockey.
Montrenl. Jan. 28.���Ottawa defeated
the Victorias of Montreal last night, 12
to 10. It was the most brilliant game
of the season. The Wanderers heal
Quebec at Quebec, 11 to 3.
Vaity'Butter
PE-R
IN TUBS
27c
LB.
Only a Limited Quantity
C* Am .Benedict
Corner Btlloa and Josephine Sts.
PHONE "-.
1906 Magazines
FOR
25c   a  Bundle
This is yom* opportunity for
some Cheap Reading for the
winter evenings. We have an
accumulation of unsold copies
of last year's Magazines, including the popular Btory Magazines, Illustrated Papery, Mining Journals, Tit Hits, etc., etc.
We have put them up in
large bundles, and are selling
them at 25c a bundle.
Your    mail    orders    will  be
promptly attended to.
W. G. Thomson
BUOKtiKLLKK and
STATIC) NKR.
Nelson, B. C.
Phun�� 3-4.
On and ft[t��r December lit my beating und
plumtdiiK builneu will  bfl located In my new
���shop, twodoon out ol o-pem limine, on Victoria
treul.
Tel. 181.
S. A. WYE
WEST KOOTENAY
BUTCHER CO.
-Wholeaale and Ho tail Dealer'- m
Fresh and Salted Meats
Oamps supplied on shortest aotloe ami
lowest prloe. Nothing but fresh and
wholesome meats and supples kept in Muck
Muil ordornri.isi.ivi niri't'iil attention
E. C.  TRAVES.   Managet.
Coal! Ice! Wood!
Phone 265
Yale-Kootenay Ice, Frait,
Fuel & Poultry Co., Ltd.
OFFICE:
N. E. cor. Baker   and   Ward   Sts.
Waterproof Paints
Coal Tar, Pitch,
Creosote, Oils for
Preserving Timber,
Roofing Pitch and
Paints.
liout Builders will find it to their ad.
vantage to une our Pitch.
Nelson Coke & Gas Co.
Funeral Tomorrow.
(The body or tho late Robert E. Lemon, warden of the provincial gaol, will
be laid to rest tomorrow afternoon.
The funeral services will in* held in
St. Saviour's at 2:30. Hev. P. H. Graham is confined to bis bed with a severe attack of la grippe and to hla
great regret is unable to perform the
last rites for bis friend. Hev. .1. A.
Cleland of Rossland Will read the services.
Many beautiful floral offerings have
already been sent in; one is a very
large anchor of white and purple sen.
,by Mr. and Mrs. BeMlle Tompkins. .1.
Fred Hume and Mrs. Hume have -also
sent an offering and others are still to
be received. Most of them have been
ordered from (Irand Forks.
W.   Q.   GILLETT
Contractor  und
Builder.
Bole igant fnr tha Potto Rico Lumber Co., Ltd.,
retdi! yards. H-jhi-jjIi and dr*c��m��l lumber, tunn-d
work and brackets, r,.o-*l Intb und ibtngltU, ch?Ii
and doors. I'cmeni, brick and lime (ur Halo.
Automatic -grinder.
Yard and factory: Vernon St.. eastol Hall
NELSON,   B. C.
p. o. Box Bra. Telephone 178
REMOVAL NOTICE
WM. S. DREWRY
A. M. Can. Soc. C. E.
DOMINION   AND   PROVINCIAL   Lr
SURVEYOR.
Mining Work a Specialty.
Office: Beaiey llulldlng.   P. O. Hn:.
Baker St., NELSON, B. C.
NOTICE
TO OUR CUSTOMERS AND
THE PUBLIC.
We stun calling In nur stuck
Tuesday, tha 39th,
Our slore on  that  ilale will  be
closeil anil remain closeil until tin-
new firm takes over the business.
ACCOUNTS.
Customers wanting to pay their
accounts can come In the store
tliriuiKli the millinery department
Or by tbe Ward street door. We
VOtlld impress upon all customers
having ivccounts to sec them paid
or arrangements made before the
1st. By doing su ymi will avoid
Irssiilsls. and extra expense.
KERR & Co.
The  Leading Dry  Goods and  Millinery
Store
BAKER   AND  WARD  STREETS.
OUR   FURNITURE
IS SECOND TO NONE.   WE WILL COMPETE WITH
ANYONE ANVWHEI-E
When yon compare your freights you will buy iu Nelson
D. J. Robertson ��& Co.
BAKER STREET
NELSON, B.O,
THE BIG SALE
Will continue for ANOTHER WBEK
Wi BOOTS ��&��� SHOES AT YOUR OW'IN PRICE
J. A. GILKER
HAVE A LOOK AT OUR
Fifty Cent Hand Bagsj
They arc beauties at tlie price.
J. J. WALKER
Watchmaker Jeweler
Telephone  333.
Optician
&/"��� Kootenay  Agenti
VlV*t        Limited. Winnipeg
W'hoibMaie Provlalunii,
Pruducv,
Fruit.
Dominion Government Creamery One Pound linoks received weekly tx_ (
from the ehurn.   For sale by till Leading ifrocers.
Ofllce and warehouse: Houston Block,   Phone 71).
Josephine Street.
Nelson, B. C,
tWWtMMtAAtt&t0***S
Bohemian Beer
NOW IS THK TIME TO SEND IN
YOUR ORDER EOR BOTTLES OR
KEGS. QUANTITY LIMITED
The Nelson Brewing Co., Lti
A Word to the Wis
Thii you wfl have Bppnolfitad the* wail fa of oorct
tomen ami nav-s jmu-hhiI into -stock tht
Good Cheer Art Base Burner
This stovi1* in adapted for bard ooal only, and is pn
uitoed to gtvc wtfifturtloiL
J. H. Ashdown Hardwan
Company, Limited.
NELSON   IRON   WORK*
B.   A.  ISAAC
ENGINEERS   AND  CONTRACTOkS
FOUNDERS AND
MACHUNISTS
R.  W.   HINTON-
Rvpulrlnu and .Inhhlnu ���xouuluil v. It I, I Sl-m|sssI oh.   Hhswt M*"1
Wssrk, Mining Htid  Mill Mistlslisurs .      MiiitLiltis-t ill-Mrs* ssf
Or*  L^ttr-M.  I-;.  W.   (_Snntf.Hutoi.M-  Cam.
INEUSOIN,    B. C.
Hualnv-tM ssscss.
Working men,
.\\��n In ilre*��N .ittlru.
Sporting mm-i,
Hnntliiiinii) niun.
Man lis.is \i lull of tire
UNITS and  HiiiK  thai   tlie   ini|��>rUUiou* ol
John T. I'wrre an' the proper thing
Mv Inst fall ihipnMOt bass jast arrived.   S��
them and plaee yonr order early fnr Xnian mtt
JOHN T. PIERRE, Artistic Tailor
Subject  to  Confirmation
We Will Buy
lo.iisio Rambler-Cariboo   HTH
rs.OOO Sullivan    a;
10,000 11. c.  AmalBiiinateil Ooal,.Otter
W�� Will StsM
100 Sullivan  Bondl    'i''
ii.ooo American Itoy   	
1,000 International Ooal 	
B. B. Mighton <& Co,
Drawer 1082
NEL80N, B. C.
l'lione 111
A.G. LAMBERT & CO
AND DEALERS IN   L_-t__be_*.   ShlflglCSf
l_tith, Mouldings, Doors, Window*
Turned "Work rand Brackets. Mail Ordore promptly attend*
VBRNON STREET - -  -  ini'.i.moin. b. C.
SKATES
Our ��tock of Skates la complete  and  varied,
Including the   popular
BOKER'8 BEAUTY and CHARM (Ladles.)
BOKER'S PERFECT HOCKEY.
STARR HOCKEY and GENUINE ACME.
ALSO HOCKEY 8TICK8 and PUCK8.
Wood-Vallance Hardware Co1
.VholMala
NELSON.
U.l."
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