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Array ASK FQKhALCYON L1THIA WATER
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THE  DAILY QfcrtAOIAH
Will  be delivered    every evening    at
your  door for
SO   CENTS  A   MONTH
Volume 2.   No. 202
NELSON, B. C, THURSDAY, JANUARY 30. J 908.
Fifty Cunts a month
i
Says Thaw Knew
Act Was Murder
UD DEFINITE  MOTIVE
District l^omey   Less
I* Impres-^
^t First Tn...
Tork, Jan.   SSi,.��� Ciini-eiling   that
Thaw 11...>  liu'a- had irrational
0OW   anal   then   aim ing  the  :SU
blS llle,   Uistrict   Attorney   Wil-
Travers Jcnaim.- iu Ins j.ia-.a lor tne
Hon Of glaulail'd .-;   Whiles  sla>ea,
tbe.'e    ...t.     .il.solllla.iy    nothing
the} case prccnied   i.a  the  jmy   i->
I that Thaw   \a...;  -si.,  ua...an.   Ilia   infill I
 ..tragedy unal n.   alio no: a.:...-   ::;������
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araS wrong     ', In- ,-"-     i  -
ed ���Is, bowc\- ............  ���.���..-
,-strongly that he i>.
tks served IX ti..- .. . .  .      ...
���found guilty of sum.      .via   .1. ���...
criminal respousiinni..   uu,,,  :,..n.i..  ,,.
the first degree,   ile a-sp.aiiia.ai aaiei.iii.v
all ihe elements in.ii ,.m. ieu .mn .1 ...
dtCt   ot   lirSt   dl-KH-e    lliill.lel    iaia.1    l.lell
pUiUUld   UlS   **'.��.      '.'    l-..a    "Ha. 1    1,.,._.--1 Lai-*
findings 11awrui'i  m .... .l"i'"
or maiialaughtei  in in.   ,. 1 -1  ai- -i...
Mr. Jerome suipin-aai   in..  In.aiais  i..-
day by the Strikliie, 1..1111...1 ..i ins ai_.i
went with that ot a ... .ar ,.1,0.     a lie Mn*
dictiveness was w"" ��� ""��� i"��--.'"n."> ���"
tense ot White ��..-* ...an.*. ....  .1. mn" ...
J lion ol Kvelyn N.si.iu  11...1  n-a  , ....     >>.
'his remarks,   li..-ia-.,u .le       '���*-���- -a calm
ntatlou 01  in.   . am. ua., .1 . om . ���������
Oj   pO|l_ible     rta.alalUBS,     la..Hi     lllOllial
pkV>Sic.a 1    iii   ll,.-   .1.1. ml.1111     1,111   ai
a recurrence  I.,   tin-   haul   ..mi   ia.-i
f the law that a man 10 be cxcu.-,a d
be so im-aiie as not 10 kuuw   what
about.
Jerome    declared     dramatically
there was ma ala.au.t aiaiiioid V, Inn
"ftvelyu .Nesbitt. a great wrong
that Han*   Th.a-A  li.i.I . ������'>  iii"t.,'
for revenge I.,   uuiul. 1   ., .1. uaa  i...m "���-
liOad.    This  11 .���;....  a.- at. .1-  '":
���inrer swept a.i....    ��� ;.n 1 1;. .un;:-
Which   lUlOWS    mat    a.!..at    II     da	
CON**.f*iRI_   AGAINST   DKYAN.
"New   Jersey   Democratic    Leaders   Alan
to  Destroy   His   Popularity.
Mr. inland goes to Japan, It Ih believed,
ta. arrange the details at that end of
the plan of the Milwaukee road to en-
I11 Into active competition with the
Harriman and Hill lines for the trans-
l'nclllc trade. It Is understood thut
the Milwaukee prefer* a traffic alliance
with some existing steamship company,
but If this eannol be arranged the road
will probably establish Its own line of
Steamships, It Is expected the plans
will be ready for Operation before ihe
end of next year, by which time the
Milwaukee road will have lis I'niilio
coast extension completed to Seattle,
For National Foreit Reserves,
���.shlngum, D. C, Jan. 80.���Deloga*
...ins representing New England ami
the South Atlantic Statea appeared today before the agricultural committee
of the house and strongly urged lhat
some definite action be taken at Ihe
present session In relation to national
forest reserves. The passage was particularly urged of the measure now before Congress, providing $5,000,000 for
a 6,0OU,0O0-ncre national forest in the
southern Appalachians and a 500,000-
acre national forest In tlm White inoiin*
laius of Ne*' Kngiand.
ORIENTAL TRADE GROWS
Reported Purchase by C. P. R. Company
of   Two   New  Steamers  for
Pacific   Route.
Trenton, N. J Jan. Sit). Efforts said to
be backed <-�� "" ivgular llciii.n-ialic
-Stat*, OOmmitl".' are being lila.la. I-i alls
count   the   Vl.nt    el    \\ iilinu,   J.    Hi. an-
WHO   IS   SOni'lm    I"       -'*'**       Jauaa..       Ila-M
to deliver several  addresses un-
the ausi'i. ��� ��������� .'��� |!l'- ��� -*.>- ... ��� ���>.- i'1"
atSSSlVO  Dem... .-in.     '*' -' v.i...i.   n-
UM   reOOgnti"   I    l...-.m   ..1 , ���.anii.itia.il.      ll
has been ai', ���    m   . un..-    '���
the   league  inienus   to   imi    1.1.   a   sua
fight  tO  atifle   .1    nl   In*.m   ala-la i-.ali..n
Bent from;this  ..:.'.���   I"  tin    liana.T   cun*
vention.    The old   i.m    Democrats  have
not  taken, kindly   10  this  Idea,  though
It was not until  lecanily  that lliey have
taken any Steps i.a ball, lhe plans of ilia-
Bryan element     Now ilu* auxiliary coin-
Bllttce ot the li. 111... 1 -m ia- sliale commit*
:1m  haa   arranged     "   -1-'    a   aliniu 1    ni
ewark tonight, :u,,i ih.-    i.a.i     that   it
haa   Invited   Sa-tiai.ir     .1 ��>1,11      llauiel   of
gtnta, 1111    ackiuiw la-alg.al    anil lliyaii
Tapenk  on the occasion,    ls  re-
I evidence that tho Stute Com-
111 work to head off the llrynn
which has been gaining force
in New Jersey,
imbers    of    ihe    Progressive
iwever.  declan.  thai   they  are
led over the action of the Slate
Hte. They aleclari' thai  Ilu- Dom-
oeratlsHentlmeni    in New   Jersey   Is
orsrwHmlngly  In  favor of  Mr. liryan
*u*4 Ht nothing can prevent ihe dele
Being-  sent:  from   this  state  wltli
|Bons to vote for Ihe NclirnaUiin'n
Hon.     Meanwhile  the    league  Is
Kg to make the most of Mr. Hry-
���**��.*��� ^Kllng' vlsll.    Speeches have  been
���d   for   In   Newark.  Jersey   City,
Kami one 01' two other cities.
'���       -     I    '	
WpAfter Trans-Pacific Trade.
;    8df��vSPnnii i.i ...  Cal..  .1,111.   ::n.     A mnnK
'���tto Hseugers booked to nail for Japan
T^BIeiitnslil|i  Mongolia today Is J.
and.  third vice-president   of tin*
Milwaukee*! St. Puui rgllroad.
Victoria, Jau. 80.���TM C. P. 11. Is rc-
ported to have chartared two steaiaers,
the Braemar and Lennox, tu replaoe the
bta-aiticrs Tartar aud Athenian sold to a
Japanese shipping oompany recently, as
Intermedial-) steamers 01 tlie Vanoou-
vei-llong Kong line, now served only
by the three .Empress liners. The Braemar, uu old IJ.jdwa-11 liner which ran in
tbe Oriental service operated by that
Hi 11, for some years will he no strange
Vessel to Victorians. She is now in the
Orient, having taken a cargo from New
York for Manila and China porta, arriving at Shanghai, December JU. She
ls a freighter of 2.Slill tons net, with a
small pi-Kscugor accommodation, and is
conimanale.l by Capt. Saxby. While running to this port under lhe Northern
Pacific flag, the lliaemar wus quarantined on one occasion and tlie Chinese
who were ill oue ut ths buildings ut
William Heu.l attempted to tight their
way out, being held back by Or. Watt
and some of his assistants. The steamer Lennox, a vessel ol 8,381 tons, com
tuanded by Capt. McNalr is also In the
Orient She left Liverpool wilh general cargo for Yokohama and was last re-
ported at Singapore December U. Capt.
Saxby of the llraemar, was chief officer
lirst with Capt. Porter and then with
CcpL Watt, while lhe steanur was running to this port. Those who renmm
ber the llraemar say she is a line cargo steamer.
The C. P. H. has been endeavoring to
charter steamers for some time to ntig*
m_t its Oriental service. It was stat-
a-d that the steamers Montrose and
Monterey would be sent to the Pacific,
but the accidents to oilier Atlantic
steamers (lying the red und white flag
or the C. P. It. eausetl an alteration of
the plans and lt was decided, for the
time being at least, lo use chartered
steamers.
Sale of Stevenson's Works.
New York. Jan. Sll).���An auction salo
of whal ls belleV-M to be the most complete collection of the work of Robert
Louis Btovenson in existence was com.
r.ienced in thiB city today and attracted numerous book collectors and dealers. The first edlllons of nearly all of
Stevenson's works are repiesa nted in
the collection and there are also many
volumes which Ihe author presented to
his old nurse. Alizon Cunningham, and
which she sold alter his death. Bach
hook contains Btevenson's autograph or
has  an  autograph  letter inserted.
In Memory of the Martyr.
London. .Ian. 80.���The 29th anniversary of the execution of Charles I. was
observed today with the customary fl*
monstratluns under tha* auspices of the
various Legitimist nnd Jacobite leagues.
The principle feature was a largely attended   memorial   service   held     in   the
ohapel ��r st.  Nicholas, al  Oarlsbrook
Castle. Dining the day 11 score or more
of wreaths were placed about tin- base
of the equestrian statue of King
Chillies in Trafalgar Square.
SAVE EMPLOYEES
Move to Declare Railway
Men Immune
FROM CRIMINAL TRIALS
Resolution Offered in Legislature of
Alberta���Canada   From
Ocean to Ocean.
Culgary, Jan. S10.���An act is now going through the legislature under
which the government takes over the
control and jurisdiction of the gaols
and prisons throughout tlie province.
They are at present under the direction
of the K. N. W. M. P. Owing to the
rapid extension the frontier police find
they must confine their duties to patrol
work. The gaols will be in charge of
the sheriffs of the districts, appointments aud regulalious will be with the
government.
lu the legislature yesterday afternoon
Mr. Simmons, Lethbrldge, introduced a
resolution In the Interests of employees
as follows: "Kesoived thai a memorial
be presented to the government setting
forth the desirability of certain amendments lo the railway.act of Canada providing that before prosecutions are begun against trainmen or other employees ol railroad companies for negli*
genoe causing accidents iu llle operation of trains or otherwise, that provision be made for the proper iuva'sti-
giilioi, before a competent comiiiittea*
or other oompetant body with a view
to arriving at tiie cause of the accident.''
Bdmonton, Jan. S10.���C. D. Herbert,
member for the RosebllTg district,
moved today lu the local legislature the
lirst reading of a hill which contemplates some sweeping reforms in the
administration of the liquor business of
the province of Alberta- The act is called "The Liquor Dispensaries Act" anal
In general conlines the selling of intoxicants to regularly licensed dispensaries. It is not proposed to bring it into effect until July, 1U09. A board ot
three commissioners shall be appointed
by the lieutenant-governor-ln-council,
lhe duties of which will be to establish
wbolesae and retail dispensaries as provided by the act; to engage and dismiss
dispensaries and generally to enforce
the  provisions  of  the  act.
Kenora, Jan. 30.���A. Mancarr, employee of the Ral Portage Lumber Com-
l*fny, was struck ou lhe head and instantly killed on Wednesday while
falling a tree at one of the company's
camps near here.
The fourth death as a result of a dynamite accident at the Thompson and
Ryan camp on the Grand Trunk Pacific construction work at Hawk, occurred in the hospital here today when
Mike Duironiski succumbed to injuries
received on the head. One of the remaining three will lose the sight of
both eyes. ,
New   Attorney   Ganeral.
t.iiutliiu.'   .Ian.     80,���Sir    S.    Hobson.
the solicitor general, has been appointed
attorney   general   to   succeed   Sir   John
Lawson     Walton,     who   dla'd   ivecnlly.
Samuel Thomas Evans, member of the
house of commons from Glamorgan*
shire, has been appointed solicitor general.
Vancouver, Jan. 20.���There was a distressing fatality at Dot station on the
lino of the Spence's Uridge-N'icola
branch of the C. P. R. as a result of
which Mr. Dalton P. Mnrpole, son of
Mr. R. Mnrpole. general executive assistant of the C. P. R., was burned Io
denth. Only meagre Information of the
fatality, which occurred on Tuesday
night, hns been received. Mrs. Marpole
and her young child were visiting
friends in Kamloops at the time of the
(Ire.
While playing with a large bunch of
Chinese firecrackers on Tuesu'y afternoon at her home on Reefer street.
little Violet Wright, aged 3 years, set
lire to them and ln a moment the entire pack exploded ln Ihe face of the
child and set fire to her dress. Her
piercing cries brought her seveu-yi'iir
old sister lln/.el on the scene, and when
she snw the plight of her little sister,
who was In danger of being burnt alive,
ihe quickly picked up the Utile girl anil
endeavored to smother the llnme-s in
her own clothes, but not befoio thai
baby  was badly  burnt  about   tbo face.
Montreal, Jan. 30.���Flre this morning
completely gutted the paint and Oil
warehouse of P. D. Dods and Co., Mu-
GIll street. The building on the norih
side, occupied by  Messrs.  Schultz and
Son, agents of the United Felt factory,
and IS. F. Walter, hardware, was badly
gutled. The building on the aouth side
occupied by Frost and Wood, farm implements, had the upper portion badly
damaged.    Losses  will be heavy.
St. Catharine's, Jan. 80.���Martha
Thompson, sixteen year old daughter of
a widow here, has heen mysteriously
missing for noarly three weeks and
there is no clue to her whereabouts.
Frank Carol), a young carpenter here
Is charged with victimizing a number of
merchant*, here on worthless cheques
for various amounts and the police are
after him.
Lloydminster, Sask., Jan. SiO.���Percy
Ingram, a well known ICnglishman, prominent in the Barr colony, fell on the
trail to Lloydminster and was badly
frozen.    He died  this morning.
NOT MORILIZING ARMY
Rumors From Omaha of General   Movement of Troops to  Pacific is
Denied at  Washington.
Washington, Jan. u0,���Inquiry at the
war department into the report from
Omaha that arrun_-umenu> are being
Uiaiie for the mobilization ol a large
pait of the army on thu Pacific coast
about the tune Admiral Evans' lleet arrives there, develops the lact that allot
the regular troops' movements now in
contemplation are incidental to the dispatch oi certain regiments to the Philippines to relieve soldiers who have hud
their lull term of service and are entitled  to their discharge.
Assistant Secretary Oliver has been
ia correspondence with tlie governors of
many .states and territories with a view-
to the cooperation of the militia with
the regular army in the active programme of joint drills and manoeuvres,
it is known that several of these governors already are in correspondence
with railroau transportation agencies
relative to the movement of their militia forces to the sites of the proposed
cajnps, and it is believed that this is
the loiiudation for the assumption that
large troop movements toward the Pacific coast are projected.
BOWSER'S   REPLY.
Attorney   General   Will   Make   Ross  Retract  Slanders.
Vancouver, Jan. HO.���"I have made
arrangements to put into operation the
new Nata] measure tbe very morning
hour after it receives the assent oi
L,ieut.-(Jovernor Dunsmuir, and I uow
challenge Duncan Hoss to meet me on
the public platform and substantiate
his charges. I think this is some proof
of my sincerity in au effort to have a
Xatai law in this province." So remark
ed VV. J. Dowser on his return to Van
couver.
Immediately upon his reurn the Attorney-General sent a messenger to the
olllce of the Canadian Nippon Company,
requesting Mr. tiotoh to call at the of
flee of Dowser, Wallbridge & Reid. But
word came back that Mr. Gotoh had
left for Japan three weeks ago, and will
not return  before  April.
"When Mr. Gotoh does return I shall
have him make a statement regarding
this charge by Duncan Hoss. In the
meantime I challenge Duncan Hoss to
meet me on the platform at a public
meeting In Vancouver at any date that
may suit him. If he refuses to meet
me here then I will go to his home
city. Greenwood, or I will meet him in
Vernon, and if he refuses all these suggestions 1 will go to his district of Yale
Cariboo nt the time of the next federal
election campaign and there at meetings in the district, debate the question and challenge him to reply.
"He can't decline to meet me," added the attorney-general, "ln his own
constituency in the approaching federal
campaign, and I shall ro upon the platform where he speaks. Duncan Ross
has either got to prove his charges or
publicly retract sooner or ater."
Russian Still Champion.
London, Jan. "O.���George llackensch-
midt, Hussian, defeated Jne Hodgers.
American, In the wrestling match here
today for the world's championship.
Hackenschmidt gained the first two
falls. The time of the first fall wa?
seven minutes 85 seconds, and that of
the second six minutes and 45 seconds
Hackenschmidt consequently retains
the title of champion. The match was
under catch-as-catcli-can rules, best two
of three falls, with ten minutes rest
, periods allowed between bouts.
BONSPIEL ENDED
Greenwood Easily First
in Prizes
NELSON RETAINS TWO
Wallace Rink With Best Record Falls
Down in Finals���Late Scores
and Final Standing.
The bonspiel is over. Of eight cups.
Greenwood takes three, two won by Mc-
.Mynii and one by Dill, Hossland takes
two, both won by Kcuwick, Nelson
probably two, by Fox and Bird, and
Cranbrook one, by Hogarth. Kaslo und
Phoenix  were  unfortunate.
The bonspiel has been full of surprises. The three links mat began
most successfully, Wallaces, Richardson s aud Pretty's, have all failed to
win a cup. Wallace has suffered peculiarly Irom the strokes of lortune. Lx*
cept iu the All Comers' and the Hud-
sou's Hay, iu which he was uot entered.
aud in tne Bums Cup series lor which
a, a winner of second place at least,
ne was uot eligile, he reached the sem,-
nnals m all una iiual iu two. His record
u: 12 victories and a ueleats is the best
made in the bonspiel, aud II there were
a yiauU ausjiegale prize It wouiu be his.
The next best records were: McMynii
won U, J_osi 4; Kcuwick won 7, lost 3*
i-retty won b, lost a.
The latest scores aud Unal standius
are as follows:
In the All Comers' Renwick, of Ross-
land, won the Unal Irom Hogarth, ol
Cranbrook, by  12-1.
In the li. C. Association, Wallace de-
leated Pretty, lii-i, iu the semi-final but
lost to McMynn by lU-S ln the Unal.
ln the Oliver Pox won from Wallace
in the Unal by 13-5.
ln the Tuckett, Hogarth beat Wallace
In the senii-nnal by ISi-ISi, and Pretty ln
the nnal by 13-9.
The last scoies in the Burns Consolation were:
Second round���McCallum 9, Starkey
7, Bird 16, Hodge 3.
Semi-final: McCalluui 12, Morrln 11;
Bird lti, Hawkey 0.
lu the hual, which was the last game
of the bonspiel, still being played at 4
o'clock this afternoon, Bird led at tlie
9lh end by 11-0 and is fiobably the
winner.
Scores to date in the points competition are: M. Houlding, SS6; 11. Houston,
13; Archibald, lb; Deacon, 16; Ritchie,
17; Walley, 34; Richardson, 25; Gardiner, 24.
The bonspiel has been a distinct success iu every way, and the visitors aia-
preclate the hosplutlity of the Neisou
curlers and their sportsmanship.
FINANCIAL  FLURRY.
Closing  of  Two   New   York   Banks  the
Cause of Excitement.
New York, Jan. 3d.���flank examiners
took active charge today of the affairs
of the New Amsterdam National Bank
and the Mechanics and Traders' Bank,
a state institution, both of which closed
their doors yesterday. Both of these
banks were Included in the Morse-
Heinze-Thomas chain of banks aud after
the closing of the National Bank of
Norih America a few .lays ago, there
had been what practically amounted to
runs ujion tliem.
As a result of the closing of the banks
several other smaller institutions met
heavy withdrawals of deposits this
morning. One of these was the Oriental
bank where quite a ruu of depositors
were paid promptly anal President Hush
Kolley announced that 12 other Institutions had come to the aid of the bank
and that he hoped to be able to withstand the strain.
It is not anticipated that the closing
of the Amsterdam and Merchants aud
Traders banks will have any effect on
the geueial banking situation in this
city as both of them have been going
through a gradual liquidation for the
last lew months in which their debits
nnd credits have been gradually reduced. State Superintendent of Hanks
Williams said today that the general
condition of the banking Institutions In
this city ls good, and that weakness has
developed only In special cases.
Depositors thronged the offices of the
Oriental bank during the forenoon. The
banking rooms are comparatively small,
and before one o'clock the line before
the teller's window could no longer be
accommodated within doors, but. extend'
ed out and around tho corner to John
street. It was stated that friends of
President HukIi Kelly of the Oriental
bank have subscribed about fl.OUU.OOO
to meet the run on that Institution and
that he will be able to secure further
assistance if needed from interests not
connected with the clearing house. At
the Canal street branch of the Oriental
bank about one hundred depositors
made withdrawals today, and this seemed to satisfy the demand at the branch
for thereafter there were as many waiting to make deposits as to withdraw.
Tramway Committee.
The tramway committee met in the
city hall this afternoon to Investigate
the financial aspect of. the city's operation of the tramway system, on which a
report will be presented to the city
council next Monday night-
School Board.
The board of school trustees met in
Dr. Arthur's offlce last night at 8 o'clock
with all members present.. The only
business transacted was the passing of
January payrolls and accounts, but over
an hour as spent ln informal discussion
of the year's work. Hereafter the regular meetings will be held the-evening
of the third Wednesday of each month.
W. K. F. I.
The annual meeting of the West Kootenay Farmers' Institute was held In the
lourt house this afternoon. There as
a fair atteudance representing the institute's membership of 150. The reports for the year ere highly satisfactory. The officers, all re-elected, are:
president. James Tarry; vice-president,
James Johnstone, secretary-treasurer,
G G. McLaren; additional directors, J.
J. Campbell, J. W. Ford. J. Power, J. E.
Annable. John Kay. James Johnstone
and J. WT. Ford were appointed delegates to the central institute which
meets at Victoria.
MADE LARGE FORTUNES
"'*"''-'    1 ���   I        I ���;
Revelations of   Wholesale   Frauds   in
Building and Furnishing Capitol  _
 Pennsylvania.   ___   _	
li.ai i,m.in ^. Jau. ������'���.��� iiie now famous
taooi oiacv siauu [ur lue senate lavatory
supplies by contractor jauiii H. Sander-
sou of Puiiaueipnia, of Phuadeipuia.
oue ol the deieuuauts in tne state capi*
loi conspiracy suiu., was ottered as evidence ay the commonwealth today.
S.uideison collected S1.U19.2U from
the state tor thia-r stand and paid the
sub-couiractor fi2it. Photograpns of the
rostrums ot the senate and house caucus rooms lor which the state paid Sanderson $9O,74S.S0, and for which he paid
the subcontractor $22,060, were also ottered in evidence. Fred H. Potter and
Howard Krol, of the audit company of
New York, were called by the commonwealth to establish the measurements
of the sofas, clothes-trees and tables.
All this lui-niluiv was supplied by
Sanderson at the rate of $18.40 "per
foot" and according to the commonwealth, he was paid for certain articles
at the rate of three times the actual
measure.
The commonwealth also offered several bills for furnishings supplied by
Sanderson for the purpose of showing
that different systems of measurement
were employed by the contractor for
collecting for articles supplied under
the sale items in the special capitol furnishing schedule of 1904.
Architect Joseph Huston, who has secured a separate trial, has been subpoenaed as a witness for his co-defendants, former Auditor General Snyder,
former State Treasurer Mathues, James
M. Schuniaker, former superintendent
of grounds and buildings, and Sanderson, but may not be called. The feeling
against the architect on the part of his
four co-defendants grows more bitter as
the trial progresses.
New Banking Laws.
Washington, Jan. 30.���Senator Aid-
rich, chairman of the state committee
on finance, today favorably reported his
bill providing for an emergency increase
In the National bank circulation. The
report was authorized at a meeting of
the committee held today, at which all
the republican members present voted
for a resolution authorizing the reporting of the bill and all the Democrats
voted for the Hallcy substitute. Mr.
Aldiich said he would call the bill up
for consideration on Monday, Feb. 10th.
Old Way to Pay to New Debts.
St. Petersburg, Jan. 30.���An Imperial
ukase Issued yesterday sanctions a loan
of $S5.000,000 at four per cent, in the
shape of notes on the stale bank, redeemable within four years, replacing a
like amount Issued ln 1903-4 now matured.
Blaze in Kansas.
Newton, Kas., Jan. 30.���A flre here
early today, that threatened the business dlslrlct, destroyed u half a dozen
stores, causing a loss or $150,000. The
I .rliinan I-Inrdwai-e and Implement company's building and 35 horses In the
Thompson livery stablo were consumed.
AHACKJABINET
Suffragettes Furious at
Exclusion
BARRED FROM COMMONS
No Mention of Grievance in Speech
From Throne���Cabinet Ministers
Refuse Audience.
London, Jan. 30.���Having failed to
reach King Edward yesterday during
the ceremonies of the opening of parliament, and with the house oi couimona
effectively barred against them, the women suffragists of i-ugland this morning
adopted a new method of protesting
against the fact that His Majesty, in
his speech from the throne, made no
mention of their demands to be permitted to vote.
The militant members of the organia-
atiiau laiiuH ,i themselves into several
committees which at the same hour today visited the homes of the various
members ot the cabinet for the purpose
of asking them to use their influence to
have the question of women a suffrage
settled  at  this  session. ,
None of the members would see then*
The women demonstrated by r'-
door bells and delivering addresses nuui
door steps. The police were prepared
for this course of action and noisy
scenes were witnessed on the fashionable thoroughfares of London. The women eventually were dispersed after
several arrests  were made.
MIKKELSEN WILL TRY AGAIN.
Danish Artie Explorer en Route for Victoria for  Fresh  Start.
Victoria, Jan. 30.���Capt Eijnar Mik-
kelsen, who headed the Anglo-American
expedition which started from here May
21, 1906, to seek to discover land believed to exist in tne Beaufort sea, left
Cape Nome a week ago for Victoria, according to a special cable received from
tbe northern mining camp. Capt- Mik-
kelsen will go over the Ice up the Yukon
and Tanana river to Fairbanks, and
thence out by way of Valdea. He expects to fit out another expedition as
soon as possible, to continue his explorations in the Polar sea.
Capt. Mikkelsen was formerly in the
Danish navy, but his expedition to the
north is backed by British and American capitalists. He sailed from Victoria
May 21st, 1906, in the schooner Duchess
of Bedford, named for a titled Englishman who contributed to the enterprise.
The purpose of the trip was not to discover the pole, but to establish the truth
of the theory held by Capt. Mikkelsen
and other scientits that there exists in
the Artie regions an enormous archipelago as yet unexplored, lying north
and west of Beaufort sea.
In February, 1907, his vessel was
caught in the Ice near Herachel Island.
Accompanied by Ernest Leffingwell, of
the University of Chicago, the chief
scientist of the expedition, and Stoker-
son, mate of the vessel, Mikkelsen started north over the thin ice to continue
his expedition on foot. He was turned
back by open water. Augustl he started north again, taking with him a combination boat and sledge, with provisions for. ninety days. On this dash
he reached the latitude of 72.20. Returning to Herschel Island, Capt. Mikkelsen made his way alone to Nome.
The Duchess of Bedford was long ago
crushed In the Ice and sunk. The re*
malnder of the party has scattered,
some returning to the states and some
remaining In the north.
Purity Workers Confer.
Philadelphia, Pa,, Jan. 30.���Persona
Interested In purity work have assembled In Philadelphia from all parts of
the country to take part In the thirty-
second annual meeting of the American Purity Alliance. The sessions opened today and will continue till the end
of the week. Dr. O. Edward Janney of
Baltimore presiding. One of the chief
features on the programme will be the
discussions on the white slave tralBn
and Its suppression.
Burr Robinson Dead.
Chicago, Jan. 30.���Burr Robinson, aa
old  time circus  man, died here today,
aged 71. l..jDaQy Canadian
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Thursday. January   30,   1907.
DUNCAN   ROSS'   CHARGES.
In tin.- parts ol' British Columbia
where Duncan Ross is known his slanderous drivelling will attract no attention. Every man in Kootenay and Yale
knows how and why Duncan Rosa entered the parliament of Canada uiul
has been maintained tin re. There ma;
bave been in times past other polltic-
lans at Ottawa of as low a type, Inn
as a rule they have been ronsciiaus aal
the position they occupied and the
sense of degradation bas kept them silent except when their votes, previously bought and paid for, had to he delivered, ism Mr. Ross wiih a shameless*
ness which, from a purely artistic point
of view, ls really admirable, presumes
to act as a member of a deliberative
body. His contributions to debate are
of course contemptible and would never be recorded but for thi' exigencies
of provincial party politics. The Liberal party iu itriiish Columbia is as
unfortunate in Its press support as in
Its representatives In parliament and
legislature. They arc all utterly, slavishly partisan and their zeal Is not in
any one case Illumined by the least
knowledge of Canadian institutions anal
issues. It is sad, but uot surprising that
the disgusting eruptions of such as Duncan Ross should Io Ihem seem as well
worth recording as the gravest pronouncements    of    Sir   Wilfrid   Laurier.
The   grave    pronouncements   of   sir
Wilfrid Laurier are usually frothy
and of little worth but they arc
the froth of one who has lo
some extent attained to the point of
view of a gentleman. Duncan Ross Is
iJuncan Ross und will never be anything  better.
As a contribution lo a debate on a
serious Subject Duncan Ross' speech
was beneath contempt. The speaker
of tbe bouse  no  doubt expressed the
fa cling of the house when he regretted
thut he could not rule Duncan Ross
and Bob McPherson out of order and
sorrowfully remarked that the only restraint   was   their  taste.     Their   taste!
In passing it is proper to specifically
exempt Bob McPherson from the same
condemnation as Duncan Hoss. Duncan
ltoss is not an Imbecile, he is a conscious deliberate offender against the
decencies of public life. Poor Hob ls
in a different category.
Never since tlie Toronto Globe, spanked Willie Mclnnes lias any member of
ilie Canadian parliament heen so rebuked by a responsible and authoritative
voice in their party as our members by
tlie speaker's reference to taste.
H is humiliating in the extreme that
our countrymen of the eastern provinces should have to judge of liritish Col-
umblans hy tlie example of such as
Willie -Mclunas. Duncan Hoss and Bob
McPherson.
Bin the chief blame in the present
case dues not attach to Duncan Ross
and Hob McPherson. The leader of the
bouse aaf commons, as Sir Wilfrid Laurier admitted when It suited ills purpose
ta, suppress inquiry into the lives of Sir
Fred. Borden and 11. K. Emmerson, is
Uie guardian uf its honor aud dignity.
It was his duty tu stop the disgraceful exhibition of his menials. But it
was left to Mr. Fuster to assert the dignity of parliament, and without the pre.
mler's authority tin* speaker could only
convey a rebuke, which was entirely
with.nit effect on the siianielessness of
Duncan Hoss or the helpless ignorance
of Boh McPherson. By his silence Sir
Wilfrid Laurier is guilty of complicity
in the most disgraceful and disgusting
performance that has disgraced the record ot the bouse of commons lor many
years.
house listened. His dictum, if he be
correctly reported, that the Lieutenant-
governor i.s "no more under the control of Ottawa as a dominion official
than the judges whom the dominion appointed" is valuable only as an indication of Mr. Miieilonald's ignorance of
Canadian constitutional law. When the
Dominion anal province clash over the
Immigration hill as is almost Inevitable, it will he amusing to remember
that the bill received Mr. Macdonald's
unreserved   support.
NELSON ASSESSMENT DISTRICT.
Xaitiee is hereby given that all taxes
for the year 190S under the Assessmeiil
Act lsttir. and amending acts, anal under
the Public Schools Act, are now due
and payable.
PERCY J. GLEAZER,
Collector of Revenue, Nelson, B. C.
Nelson, B. C, 2nd Jan., 1908.
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Tickets on sale Feb. 3 to 7 inclusive.
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J. MOE,
D P.A., Nelaou
Certificate  of Improvements.
NOTICE.
"Red Point," "Vernamo," "Greenwood Fractional," 'Greenwood and Jock Pot Fractional"
Mineral CI a imp, situate In the Nelson MiulnK
Division nt Wost Kouieuay   Uistrict.
When- loi ated:���On Eagle Creek above the
Poointan Mine.
TtaOO notloe 'hat I, John MVLatchle, of the
City ot Nelson. act Ior ns agent for .'ons. r.Swed-
berg, Free Miner'.-* Certificate No ti'ilb and
Oscar Johnson Free Miner's Certltleate No Bfi-i'I,
intend sfxtv days- from the date hereof to apply to the Mining Recorder for Certificates of
Improvement'., for the purpose ol' obtaining
Crown O runts of the above claims
And ftirther ta*e notice that -action, under
Section :*T7, must be commenced before tbe issuance of such Certificates of Improvements.
Oated this :-_7th day jof September. A   !>., 1907.
J'JlIN m<-latch f.
INOTICE.
In the matter of an application for tlie issue of
a duplicate Certificate oi Title for lots 4, 6, y, 11,
19, 26, and 92, of lot 891, Group One, in tbe
District of Kootenay (Map 698).
Notice is hereby given that It is my Intention
to issue at the expiration of oue month after the
first publication hereof n duplicate of tbe Certificate of Title for the above mentioned lots ln
the name of Richard Heliue, which Certificate of
Title is dated the '24 th day of November, 1906,
and   numbered 63IOA.
Land Registry Office, Nelson, B. C, January
17th, 1908.
"H. F. Ma< I-ROli."
District Registrar,
TIMBER NOTICES,
EDITORIAL COMMENT.
Our contemporary's Impartial report
uf tin- proceedings of the provincial le_-
iMuiure credits J. A. Macdonald Willi a
"splendid, masterly, statesmanlike"
Speech ou the Immigration ilill introduced by Attorney-Gent-ral Ilowser.
Every one who knows Mr. Macdonald
will immediately discount all three adjectives. Mr. Macdonald is an industrious, conscientious and pains-taking
legal practitioner. He Is as incapable of
a masterly speech on uny subject as ho
is of a statesmanlike view. The only
part of the incident that calls for praise
is the polite patience  with which  the
Nelson Land District.   District o( West Koo'enay
lake notice that James FI-htht, of Russian*!,
B. C , occupation prospei tor, intend*- to apnly
for a syecial timber iceuce over the foilowiug
described lands;
Location No. 1. Commencing ata post planted
about two miles west of the Columbia and
Western Railway's right-of-way add about ona
mile north of the northern boundary of o ��'. R
lot 2ti98, and west of Dog ereek, north of Farrun,
B. C, br-lnir the Initial post adjacent tn tlie
northwev corner of timber licence DUmbet 137M
and marked .1. Fishers N B. corner, thence
south 80 chains, tiienee west 8d chains, thenco
north h\ chains, thence east so chains to the
point of commencement and coutaiuing 610
acres, more or lesi
Dated December 16th, 1906.
Jamih Fisher, lo'-ator.
Location No 2. Commencing at a post planted
at the southeast corner being the initial post
adjacent to the northwest eorner of timber
licence No. 187 A ind adjacent to the uortheast
corner of J Fisher's No I location and marked
J. Fisher's R. K. corner, tbenoe north 80 chains,
thenee west 80 chains, thence south 80 chains,
theoee east 80 Chalni to thu point of commencement and containing 610 acres, more or less.
Dated December 16th, 1907.
Jamks FlsilEii, locator.
I-iocation No. 3. ('ommencing at a post planted
at the southwest corner aboul one mile north of
h e northern boundary of 0. 1'. R lot 26.-8, and
about 2 miles west of limber licence No 18764. _Dd
about four miles west of tbe Columbia and
Western Raitwav, north of Farron, H. ('., and
adjoining J. Fisher's No. 2 locaMon on the north,
being tho initial poat and marked J Fisher's
8. W. corner, thence north 80 chains, thence east
NO chains, theuce south 80 chains, thence west
���80 chains to the point of commencement and
containing 640 acres, more or less.
Dated December 16th, IWl.
Jamks Fisher, locator.
location No. 4. ('ommencing at a post planted
al tin-northweat corner being the initial post
adjacent to the aouthweat enrner of J. Fisher's
No. 'A loeatton and marked J. Fisher'a N W.
eorner, thence south 80 clialns to the northern
boundary of C. P. It lot 9MB, tbence east 60
chains, thence uorth 80 chalua thenee west 80
chains, to tbe poiut of commencement aud contains 640 acres, more or lest.
Dated December 16th, 1907.
J amu FisiiTea, locator,
Location No. 5, Commencing at ��� post planted
at the MUitlieiift eorner being the Initial DOIt ad-
jaoenl lo the S. VV.cornel of j. Planer a No, a loeaiion, ano marked J Pisher'sH. K comer, thenee
north 80 onalnii tnenoe west bo ohalne, ihence
BOUth   80 chains, thence east   HO chains  to  the
point of commencement, aud containing 640
acrei, more or leas.
Dated Deoember Ittth, 1907.
Jami:.** FliH���ft, locator.
Looatlon No. 8. Oommenclng at a poet planted
at the northeast corner being the iuitial post
adjacent to the northwest eoruer of J. Fisher's
Nu. 4   location   and   marked   J     Fisher's   N. IS
corner, thenoe south 80 chalni to the northern
boundary of C. P. R. lot 9098, thenee veil ���**'
ohalna, theuce north so chains, thenoe east po
ehaiua to tlm point ol commencement ami am
taining 640 acres, more or leaa.
Dated Deoember 10th, iwi.
J. Fisher, locator.
Location No. 7.  tiuiiiiieniing at a post planted
at'llie |OUthweit   comer   being   (he   initial   [Hint
adjacent to the northwest corner of J   (fisher*!
No. 2 loO&tlOO and marked J- Fisher'a ti W
corner, tbence north no chains, lhenoe eaatBO
ohalna, theuce south 80 chains, tbence west BO
ohaini to ibe point of oommenoement ami oon*
taining 640 acres, more or less.
Dated December 10th, ItfOT.
Jamks KIs-hkr. locator
Location No. K. Commencing at a post planted
tit the lOUthe&St corner and being the nulla,
post   adji-cciil   to    the   BOttthwesI    roruer   ol  J.
Plsher's No. 1 location ami marked J. Fisher ���
ti. ���. corner, thenee north 80chalni, theuee west
80 chains, iiieuee sou til WJ chains,   theuee east 80
chalni in the point ol oommenoement and oon
taining 640 acre*., nioie or leaa.
Dated December loth, DOT.
Jam-.s Fisher, locator.
Location No. 9. Commenolng at a poat piantd
at the southwest eoruer   being   the   initial   post
adjacent to the northwest corner of J. Jttsher'i
No. 7 toeatlon and marked J Fisher's ti W.
corner, tiienee north 80 chains, thence eat,t HO
onalna, tbence south 80 chains, thence weat ho
chains lo the polut of commencement and containing t'.lo acies, more or leaa.
Dated December ltith 1807,
James Fisher, locator.
Location No. 10. Commencing ata post planted
at the southeast eoruer being the initial post
adjacent to ttie nortneast corner ol J. Fisher's
���No. 8 location aud marked J. Pllher'l tt. ������
corner, thenoe north tut chains, theuee west 80
chains, thenoe south 80 chains, theuee eaat 80
chalus to the point of commencement and coii-
talOlng 640 aires, more or le��a.
Dated Deoember 18th, iyo".
James Fisher, locator.
An externum of 10 daya within which to com.
menee publication grained by me this dale
December   8Ut,   1907,    Harry   Wright,   As-uslaul
Commissioner of Lauds ami Works.
LAND ACT
Weat Kootenay Laud District. District of West
Kooieuay.
lake notice that I, J, O, Jan-sen. of Spokane,
Wash,, occupation limt-erman, intend to apply
ior a special timber   licence over   Uie  following
described landa:
1. Ooiiiiucnciug ata post planted at the ti. W.
eoruer, about 1 mile from hvin Joiiustous 1' ; R
No. 000, said post belug placed on the Interna**
tiuual boundary  Hue,   tnenoe   north  to  chains,
thenee east 180 chains, tnence south 40 chains,
thene.-* weat 160 chalua   to   poiut  ol   commence-
ment, coutaiutug o-io acrea.
Dated Dee  mber Brd, 1907. J. C. JaksEN.
2. Couin.euei.ig at a post plauted at the B. W
corner, about 40 cualns uoi in irom the ti. W.
oorner ol location No. I., thence uorili to chains,
theuce eaat 1 bo chains, theuce south 40 clialns,
thenee weat it>0 chains lo point ol eommeuee-
uietit, contaiulug 040 acres. J. C.    *.-���>.*-.
A. ComineuciiiK at a poal planted at tne ti. W,
corner about 40 chaius nurth irom the ti. Vi.
corner ot location ttO, 2, theuce uorth 4o chalua,
thenoe easi lt*o clialns, theuce south 4u cnalun,
thenee west lt>0 etialus to point oi commence
sn. :.: . culitaluiug u-lo acrea. J   C    i a.*��� -K:-..
4. Commencing at a post planted at the ti. VV.
eoruer. about 40 chains north (rom the ti. W��
eoruer ot location No 8, thenee iioitb 40 chains,
tbeuce east 100 chaius, thetice south 4o chaius
theuce west 160 chains to poiut ot commencement, containing o~iu acres. J. c. janmkn.
o. -Commencing at a poat planted al tbe S. W,
corner, aboul 4u enalna nortn Irom the ti. W.
eoruer oi location No 4, thei. > north 40 chains,
theuee east 100 chains, theuee aouth 40 cbalus,
thenee wesl loo ebalna to poiut ol commence*
meut, ������-.;..,i.:,',,,,. 040 acrea.
December 4tli, iyu7. J    C. JaNSKH.
6. Commencing at a post plan-led at the H. \V
eoruer about IU cbalus north from the ti. W.
eoruer of location No. 5, theuce uorlh 40 clialns,
thekce east li*u chains, tbeuce aouth 4o chains,
tnence wesl l**o chains, to point of commence-
meut, cou'.ainiug **4U acres.
December 4lb, 11*07. J . C. .Ia.imBN
7. Commeuclng at a post planted at the N. W.
corner auu adjoining the N. ��.. eoruer ol lot 3990,
theuce eaat 40 chains, theuce south 40 ehaina.
theuce eaat 40 chaius, theuee suuth 60 cbalus,
theuce west hu chains, tbeuce north loo chalua
to polut of commeucemeut, containing ivtu acres,
December4th*. w. _. Bauca,
8. commencing at a post planted at the N. W.
corner, about .^ of a mile in a southwesterly
direction from tne south fork of Salinou rivtr,
and uouut 7M miles from the moulb, theuce
���OUth Mt chains, thenoe eaai 40 chains, tbeuce
uorlb lt>" chains, tbeuce west 40 ehaiua to polut
of c-ju-uieuceuieiit, coulaiuiug >���*   acres.
December -ith, i907. _ j. keo-uh.
Nelaon Laud District District of West Kooteuay
Take notloe that W. A Hudson, of Hpokane,
WpehingtOU, D B.A., occupation timber cruiser,
inlend lo apply for a special timber llceuce over
tiie following aeacribeU lands: Commeuclug at
a poat plauled ou the uorth bauk of Coru creek,
al ibe junction of the uorth fork of Corn creek
with tne main stream, about five miles iu a
westerly direction from tbe coufi ueuce of said
Corn creek with the Kooteuay river, tbence
noi th 4u chains tbeuce weat itoo chalus, tbeuce
south 40 ohalna, tbeuce eaat loo cuaiua to point
of columeuceuicul, contaiulug Mn acrea, mure or
less.
Dated November 7th, 1907.
William A. HtT>aoN.
���^elaou Land District. DiBtrict of Weat Kootenay
Take notloe thall.L. W. Shaver, intend to apply for a special licence lo cut and carry away
timber from t>4u acres of laud; Commencing at
a post marked L. >\ shaver, northwest eorner
tbeUQd eighty chalua south, tbeuc-* eighty
chaius eaat, tbence eighty chalua uurtb, thence
eighty chains west lo place ol beginning, containing 640 acres, uiore or leaa, aud eaat and adjaceut io timber Uoenoe ibo-24, and also south
and adjacent lo timt-er licence No l-<A'., and also
aoutb am) aiijaceui to F. A. bhaver limber limit
No. 1.
Dated   November _at, 1807,
L. W. KiiaVKr, locator,
A. Hai kktt, (.gent.
Extension of one week within which to ad-
vertiae granted. Harry Wright, Aaa't. t'um-
uiiaslouer of Laud and  Worka.
Nelion Laml District. District of West Kooteuay
Take notice that 1, T. L. Logan, uf Bounera
Ferry, Idaho, oecupalion painter, intend to apply for a special timber licence over the following uescribed laiuls: Cummeuclug at a pust
planted at lhe southeast corner of limber
licence No. 16494, tbeuce east au chaius, thence
nortli ho chain.*, thence west 80 chaius, thence
���OUth 80 obalna to point of oommeuceineut,
coutaiuing 640 acres, more or lesa.
Dated -November 21st, 1��07. T. L Louan,
Colin Hmith, ageut.
Nelaon Land District.   Dlstrlctof West Kootenay
Take notice that I, Charles Dutcher, intend
to apply for a special limber llceuce, to cut aud
carry away timber from 64tt acres of land Commencing ai No. '   post about 12 miles west oi the
Kootenay river, on the north side oMBouadary
ereek* and north, and adjacent to timber licenses
16490, aud one mile north of the International
boundary Hue: commeuclug at a poal marked
Charles Dulcher'a southwest corner, theuce 80
chaliiH north, theuce 80 chalus east, thence 80
chains south, Ihence 80 chains weat to the place
ol beginning, containing 040 acrea, more or less.
Located November 18th. 1907.
Uhablks Dutcher, r^ea-tor.
No. 2. Commencing at a post marked Charlea
Dntober'i southeast corner, thence 80 chains
uurtb, thence 80 chains wesl, thence ho chains
south, theuce 80 etialus east to the place of he-
ginning, ami west and adjacent lu number one
timber limit, and coutululng 840 acrei, more or
less.
Located November 18lh, 1907.
OiauL-U Dutcher. Locator.
No. 3. Commencing at a p t marked Charlea
Dutcher's northwest corner and about J,', miles
west of the Kootenay river ou the north side ol
Hound 111 v <-reek ami north and adjaceut to timber Ueenee I'WWW, theuce aoulh 80 chains, thence
east 80 chaius, thence north 8|> chains, thence
west 80 ehaiua to the place ol beginning, containing 840 acres, more or leaa.
LOCeWd November 18th, 1-W07,
1 'iiAtti.K*- Dutcuer, Locator.
No. 4. Commencing at a post marked Charles
Dutcher's  iiurtiieio-i   corner,  theuce south 80
&
FRED IRVINE & CO.
���Us,
COTTONS, CAMBRICS,
SHEETINGS AND
PILLOW COTTONS
IN ALL WIDTHS
AND QUALITIES.
Having just received a large shipment
of these lines, and having bought before
last advances, we are selling this lot at
Inst season  prices.
This is a fine opportunity for hotels,
furnished rooms to stock up as prices
are specially low. We want your attention  and   inspection.
I
1
FRED IRVINE & CO.
AQtSINTS BUTTERICK l^/\TTEI^.NS
tbeuc
Betted
lor A.
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No. f
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will,
���rate
******
A GRAND
PROGRAM
OF SPORT
From    Tuesday    Night
Until    Saturday    Night
MASQUERADE ANO DANCE
ROSSLAND
UNDER    THE
Ai'si'iciss or
Rossland    Carnival
Association
J.   S.  C.   FRASER
President
FEB. 4 to 8
For Information apply to
A.   b.   MacKENZIE,
Secretary and GteneraJ Manager.
HOCKEY
rhauipUiiiship of M. C
SKI JUMPING
AND R UNNINCi
''hampliinidi'p ol ��� atiadr,
SNOWSHOE   RACESL ,
I'bamploiishlp of H   0. s^**1
SKATING _ji
I  ha(,ipi.,nshlp  of   the   l'r<-T:^___.*
TOBOGGANING
CURLING   BONSPIEL E'1
AND OTHER  EVENTS ��ti��
  eecU
  ltmt
   no-"
chains,  thence   west 80 chains,   theuce   north 80
ebalna. thence  earn HO chains to the   place of beginning, contaiulug 640 acres, more or leM   m
Located November IHth, 1907. w
CHAKI EH Dta'TCHER, UiCBtor.
No. 5. commencing at a post markM* Charlei
Dutcher's southeast corner, thenee *> chain*'
north, theuce ho chsins west, theuce 80 chain**,
south, thenee 80 chains east to thu plaee Of beginning, containing 810 acres, more or leas
located November JHtn, 1907
I'llllCri  I"   I'HKK,  I....   . ������   -
No. 6. Commencing at a post marked Charles
Dutcher's southwest corner, tiienee north ho
chains, theuce easi 80 chains, thence south 80
i halns, thence west 80 chaius to th** pi ac* of be
glnuing,   conaluliii* r-40 aires, mote or less,
Located November IHth. 19W.
chari.ks Dt'TCHsn. Looator.
���vo. 13.   West lork, Fife creek.
Nelson I-*anil District.   Ulstn.i ol West Root; nay
'lake notice that I, Joneph Patrick, of Nelson,
B.C, occupation lumberman. Intend to apply
for a special limber licence over the following
descrlfied lauds: Cummeiicing al a post planlid
about 6 milei up the west fork 01 File oreek.
and about IU chains from th<* bank ot aald WOll
fork, and marked Joneph I'atrick's ti. K. corner,
thence weat 80 etialus. tbence north 80 ehulns,
ihence eaat 80 chains, thence smith 86 chainn in
pointof 'lommeucemeul, containing ">lo acres,
more or leaa.
Dated December 6th, 19OT,      Ioski-h Patruk,
i. J. Li.< ia, agent
No. 14.   West fork, Fife creek.
Neisou Land District.   District of West Kootenuy
lake notice that Joseph Patrick, ol Nelson,
B.C* , occupation luint-erinali, Intends to apply
for a special timbei licence over the following
described lands: Coinmendug at ��� posi planted
about two chains distant, am) lu an easterly
direction from location No. 13 ami marked
Joaeph Patrick's N. K. corner, thence smith M0
cbalns, thence west 80 chains, thence norih 80
chains, theuce eaat 80 chains to point ol com-
in I* ncc in en t, containing OVl acres, inure or lesa.
Uated DaSemherSth, iwi.     Jobipb Patrick,
1   J. Lucia   agent.
No  15.   West fork, Fife creek.
Nelson Land District.   Distrust ol West Knob-nay
Take notice  that!, Joseph   Patrick,of Nelson,
B.C., oecupalion lumberman, Intend to apply
for a ipcclrl Umber licence over the following
described lands: Comineiiclnit* at a post planted
about *i chains distant and in a westerly direction from the west fork of Fife creek and iiboul
*> miles from mouth of creek, aud marked Juecpii
Patrick's H. K. corner, thence west I811 ohalns,
thence uorlb 40 chains, thence east IM) clialns.
tbence south 10 chalni to point of com men cement, eontalnlng 840 acrea, more 01 le��s.
Dated December Gib, 1907,     Joski-h Patrick,
1. J, Lucia, KKCIll.
No 16.   Htevena cree-k.
Nelrjon Land District.   Dlstrlet or Went Koolenay
Tak** nollce tjiatl, Joseph Patrick, Ol Nelson,
H 0o OOOapatloU lumberman, inlend to apply
for a special Umber li enOfl over the following
described landa: 1 umnenoing al a post pi an led
about B&j miles up Meveiia creek and In a N. K.
directiou from mouth of creek, and marked
Joaeph I'alrlek'n N K corner, tbence south 8(1
chalna, theuce west 80 chains, theuce north 80
chalna , thenco east 80 chalna to tne point of
commencement, eontalnlng Mo Ures, DL.0.S or
less.
Dated December 3rd, iwi.     Joski-h Patrick,
I.J. Lucia, akuui.
ar-W*m��^.m.,.eT~.**mF**am
BUY AN ORCHARD HOMI
You run liny a 10-aore  l-'riiit  Ranch  In   th,*  host  fruit  growing <llslrl
la liritish Colombia by paying $10 dollara down and $10 .per montl]
I-Svi'n as an Inva Hliucnt  Hits Is   worth consideration.
Fruit Land has trebled In  value within the year.    What will It do n��s|
year?
J.  E.  AININAB-UE,
WARD HTWI3
rsi;i.Mi��
-j*VKser -W7SH: xzzurzr/ - *:."-.-*-��� ,siir.__a_��gv��iarv*if'sg'Si'
A.G. LAMBERT <& Cff
MANUFACTURERS    ��   -.���,_-1-_     CL'^J-c    ,rSi.
AND DEALERS IN    SwU-tlDet,   bhillgleS, j
I-'itM, -Vioulclin-^s, Doors, \Vit-ido****mg
Turned Work unci HruckotH.
VSRNON HTttKBT   -   -
Mail Order* proin]itly ****]
NBUON. I*. O.
Na,. 17.    Hta.'va.llH a-ra-a.-lc .
Nelsaan 1,1,1,1  lllstrii-t    DlltTlOtOl Wi'Kt k,���.,,-..ny
l.a.r Haiti...   thai I. Jma.pti   I'ntri.k, ..I N, Isi.n.
H   O , OOOnpittOD    llllillaiTlilrtll.   Illli'll.l   I,,  nj,|>iy
lor a ��.,,i',-i,.i tunbet 11< oa ..v,-r iin- i.ii.,a.niK
al-*ia-rll...<l Uli.U:    ('��,,tl,n..,,<-t,.K aat ,a |,a,sl |.lHHla-al
ui.,.ut i mill, iii iiii eaaterly du-tetlon fr..in the
im..iiii ,,r Blevena oroftk, avh.-r.- ii omptlea lnua
1 iirllj..., Ittla... ..n.I iiihi I ��� ,1 Joaapb 1'iilrli-k's H W.
oornsr, tbaaoa na.nii *_i obaloa, tbenca ,-nsi wi
I'liiallis, tha-ai'-i-   si.ulli Hll  .-haaliiH,   tbenoe   av,-hi Hll
.ln.li.-I..   |���,liat ol   ri,nun.-in-.in."it,  a'aaliliilulliK
l.lli i���-n.s. tm..*��� i.i l.^s
iiHiL-.l Deoeinber Hnd, r.hi7     Jdhki-i, PatmoXi
1. J .   l.l'l IA, RKa-lll.
No. 18.   HtevcMlora.a-k.
Nelaon Lanil Dlatriot, DIatrlotol w.-.t Kamtrnsy
,'ake notice tbstl.Joeepb  Patrlok. ni NvImki,
p. C.,0, i���iti,.,i lumberman, i,it,-n.i   i.a apiaiy
Inr H niii.. lal tlmlaa-r   llotnce   aava-r   tlia-   fnllaawiliK
doaorlDod landai  Commenolng ui aa poa, blamed
llliaitit fa laalla-s ilf, .-ti-v.-ns a-ra'a.k. .1 (I.l nlii.nl III
alaalns si.ntli fr.nn Hi" Lank nl thai Oreek, and
marital,! Ja,_i>|ila l',alrti-k's N K ..nrni-r, thenre
s.iillhSO  I'lniltis.   tbence   Wl'st HO chains,   Uli'lla-a..
nnrlh sn obalna, tbenoe eail ��i i-hnins to point aal
oommenoement, containing ivin aorea, im,ro a.r
Il-bs. *
Dated Decembet i,,<\, tap,,   joma Patbiox,
I J   l.na.-iA, agent
No. u,   Bterena airmik
Na-isnii Land liistrim  Dlittlol ol Wait Kootenay
I ilka. li..I In.-thai I,   Joaepb   I'latil.-k. "1 Na-lsiill,
B,-C., oooupatlon lumberman, intend taa .apply
Inr a aneoLal ttmbet Uoenoe ovei toe following (
lajbi rll.ai'l liaml:-:   Cuuimulinlllg ut a naj.L plautuu
;���..��." "J
aalanilt 0 mlla-s up   Hla-va-ns   it^i'Ii ���,,,I*
liiaiilliin No IS 00 Hi.' south, s"'1 m*,r,
I'atrla'k's   N   W. i-nrlu-r,   lheli
th. nee  south   Hi) i-hains.  Il.<
thenoe mirth hu ohaini ta, pi
ment, ��� n...,- mn aorea, n... -
Hatnai Deoember Srd, 1907     J'*" .IS
l.J. IA','*.
Naa. OJ]     W..*l lork, Fill, .���"...��.      .    .
Null,,,, l.an.l Dlatriot,   l>lBlrl.-tol"-'",|g
Take ii.allii- thai 1, Joit.pl,   ���'��lr!'',,'. I
H. 0., oooupatlon lumbaanan, u"',..
for n sp-. i   I Unit,. ,    lU'enr*.1  aaviT "
deaorlbed landai Commenolng at J JS*.
ahi.iit J mil,-* up lhe west iaaak   .1 ""J-,
aaliniil-IH'lialiis   north ol the ' r",   ,"', j
Joaeph  Patrick'! It. K. oorner, ���;"''-,,
ohalna  thenoa wns, nohalni. '''':,,A
ohalna, thenoe a-asi N ohaini '" '"'���*
....... ...   ���. i. .���..in.-ieiii,- ,11,1 air..'. ��'.,J
Datoal Uofaaliihajr All, llsTI.     J""',%J
1  J. I.l'i l*. "
>'o 21     Weat lork, ol Fill ''r('l',-,t*,1ill
Nel l.an.l Disirli't.  Dlatrloto;"J   ������
rake notloe that I, Joaepb '"'".'.'.i
li. o., ooonpatlon lumbermen, |TI,   ,
tor a ipedaJ timbei UOenoa oTer' ,
deaorload lamisi Uomnanolna a ���.'..���
aboul . mile, up the ��'a.si inr* ;''' ,,r0
plauted on the north fca.nk oi i"' �����
marked Joaepb. Petjreok'i N - * ;,,.,i���
aoulh Ml  I'linllis,   tlieura   "''"'       'ibIIII
Uorlh   Hll alaalns, tha.ari. a'"*' *".',.���.>,
ol .'iiliiin.lircliU'lil, oialllallllllH "'"
le**. restart ti
I'uta-.l Deoember Oth, I1W7.    ���'< J* LLt,it, The Daity C radian
*ar********_^^>B!^   ,.j   i  i  i   ��� i i ���  ii,,- _.__,	
ou cam   Bpinc on FROG LEGS every day.    We furnish the
Staples
ieei9   Pork.   Mutton  and Veal
Also
Hams. Bacon and Lard
With all varieties of
Ftesh and Smoked Fish
in the market
BXtacemeat of I'liiest   Ouality   in glass and wni.il.
Ps Burns & Co., Ltd.
���b1o, Rossland     INBl^-SOIN,  i_3. G- Boundary
-lavt/vyvy-Lr,*!*,!* ir ���....****-'.'*********'���**-**'���*-*���**-*���*���**,*���**-*
Bohemian Beer
NOW
IS
THE  TIME
TO
SEND
IN
YOUR
ORDER   FOR
BOTTLES
OR
KEGS.
QUANTITY
LIMITED.
[The Nelson Brewing Co'y, Ltd
- LARD NOHCES.
Land District,   inmrii-t oi w.-st Kootenay
notiee   that Fn-d. J   Shuud'hi--,   hls-iiI   Inr
- Tanner, oi  .n* ,-pii, . ,t-< n |irt * i>m i   whii h-
IntCDds to aj-l i>    Im    |"Tim n liiliil!
JM lollowiug  ���'������-   r ���' ' - -1   inn.;-:    ii-nimeii-
ipott  alantei   ni-no  :��� ,  ut\\*-* ������*,*���( <>i
',-tteek,  the in ���'    l"  I'lmini.   in   an   cw-ii-rly
,  thenee  ai ��� iihih*   m.i.h,, tii.iPT   ,"
w**.9, Weaterly   Mir,*, ti-.n.   m. nii'JirliHiii-
tO UM point ut <'<iiiiniwi<-��-nii'ii.t, ruiiliiiiuiik'
", more or lc*--
WOT.'Joth, i< "
Kiiiuru k John Ta*.h**b,
F. J. sammonh. Agent.
i*iw Isni run       \>.-;r,. .,, w , -1 k,>���.,���.,*na>-
Take notice that  Fr- I i    v-nnni'iii., am-in i  i
k.-_ -Ballard, Of l*r,..'i,,i, ***���* ujmi i-.ii iiisi.t.-r.
MtDdS to apply lor ;���: i.11--:.*..i tn j.ui. nn-. n.,-
OUOW)bg   aeeettbCHl    luii !*��� ���      ''mum, tn'iiii! it t ��
HMt |fUut��d abOttt 1   A tn .,.--.-I*.-i ,���!  ��i, H'k,
Jwaetl southwest2*  t inun-    ih--w ������ in.rtl.vv*.->! .11
rfcatns,thenee eoni> ��� ;i��in-. ���    n- �� -..ith'
lest JO Chains to the ihe |..in!  >>i i "inm,.-nrenii nt
(ontainiagS* aeres. ,.-
Dated SoV.Suth. i
AecHIHAI.il  AMjUR-'iN   Rai.i.arii,
Ageut F   J   Hahmons.
Kelson -and District    I
Take notice that W
litrictof Went Kooteuay
lluilmin, timber erulner.
^m^^S^_J__^-,'W'l,'ii, * a-M"K""1'
i'pi.ly
>f the -UnlsedAatMof An,, pus,   mii-ii-l** l.
For a special timber  li.-*-n-  --*. ��� r   u���  f,,n....  ..���
leeertbed landa: Comit*. n- mi* >o �� ;������ ���-1 murke-i
No. 9, planted on the i,,.nii i,*ni ,.t   i ,,n, ��� reek,
lithe )u notion or thi- >nrui un* nit'iun ire,*k
with tee main stream. _i.u;ii iiv, imi,> in u
a-esterlr eiteetiou n i-.iiiiiin-ni ��� <>. -. ii com
trOOk With the Kon-. s   i ���   ri'ivi ,    'In net    imrtli   I'i
"' Ins; thenoe **���<���-���   '������ >   , inun-. thfiu-t- s.ii.in m
'   '     thence easi    H.i , r, ** in-  '," point ol  cniii-
���.-Stat, OOmaill 111 i; M" n.. Tft.   111,,! I'  <T  U'KH.
ta  land adjoin** '.hu.��t   limn   No -,   on  the
end tintber limit   -Nn  -* *<u the south, a-* 1"-
hy me.
hied NoTcint'i ���- ?, lwrr.
William A. Hcuson, Locator.
^^^���Patrick ('. bin tie
.red and signed by the within named W
puion   OU   lb * - Mil ��iay  of  November, A   I).
neftore me   to   .-i;>oi-.*4ii*,-,   Spokane   Coiintv,
^OQe-W the lulled States o( America,
l_TKIi K C    SHINS.
,ci. Distrtot ol West Kootenay
Isabella lMurce,   I Btrassburg,
.1   woman,   intends   to  apply
pniehase (he following aes*
iiiieiicin| ui a (Mint planted at
I the north boundary of Lot
bun Hilary ol L<��t No. BU6,
ns, more or less, to the north*
oi Ut Limit No. WI, thenoe
iciiee went 20 chains, mere or
I of whatahan lake, lhenoe
i a Houtherlv and westerl)
is, more or less le the Intel
Be, thenee IC* chains, nior-* or
lerly   boundary   of Lot *������.- > lo
row Lake, on Uoaqnlto Greek) and 21 ohalns 78
links south of the N W. G. of said lot, running
theuce west Ho chains, theuce south HO ohalns,
thence east -so chaius, thence north HO chalus lu
place of commencement, coutaiuing Mo acre*-,
more or less.
' ii *.)-.;>���*��� Marsiiai.I.,
A-*r-ul for  Hugo Cariitens.
Dnled 23 December 19U7.
Nelson Land lUitrici.   District ni West Kooteuay.
Take notice lhat Tina Herguisn, of Altujia.
Man , oecupalion wife of C. Uergman, farmer.
Altona, Man., lutends to apply for permission tt��
purchase the following desOTlbed laud :
Commenolng*at a post planted at the N. F <:.
Of Hugo Cars-tens' application to purchase aud
running Ihence west MO chains theuce north ho
Ohalns, tbence east 40 chains, thenee sn uh B
chains 3B links, thenco east 40 cuius. Hence
MO th 71 ohalns 7B links to point ot commencement, containing 807 acres more or lesa.
0naai.es Mar.-hai.l,
Agent    for   una   iiergman.
Dated 2A December 1907.
Nelson Land District     DUtHetoJ We9t Kootenay.
Take nolle-.* '.hat Levi George I'ayne, ol Needles,
B. G., occupation   rancher, intends  to apply   for
permisKinn to purohase the following deaorlbed
lands: t-'oinineiu iiik **i R post planted abOUt IA
chains west of VYhatsfian cruek and 'A'A V14 ohalns
���outh of lhe souihwesl corner Of Lot No- S.M8
ruiinis.e tbeuce nortli HO clialns, thence west HO
chains, ihence south 13156 chains, thence east
���-U.AKf- clialns, Ihence south 67 M,*) chaius, theuce
OT.41B cliai'is easi to poiul of commence!!.cut.
coitt-iiutui; Ihi acres, now -.urveyed an lot Sl��6
Date<l ��Hi January, l'-Miis. Lsvi gsokus I'avnk.
West   Kootenay  Laud   District.    Dinltict of Goat
.  Hi ver.
I Tnke notice that 1* George A. Hunt, of Kit.
chener, occupation timuermati, in Lend to
apply for permission to purchase the
hdlowlng described land: lonimeiicliig at a
post planted about 40 cl gins', west ol Thompson
marked N. W, corner. G.euce south 10 3-* chains
theuce east HOT chains, thence nortli 8MB
chains, theuce wesl along B. C. Southeru hallway to place of oommenoement, coutaiuing an. in
acres.
Dated January 8th, 1908.       GkoRGE H. Hunt.
 tBtdDi--
take notiee ti
Been atlon man i,
laT-SFV
Btatofeeetiou ..
Land tt�� t-a-t
_)noeeeat&Bch.
iast corner of * :
noitheo chains, u
le��s, to the easts 1.
following seme i
direction Wo oh��
section with Lot ���*
less, following eat
pointof oommein
JDated7thOcu��i.
tr. 19
;. ISAllKM-A  PlSRcR,
. FAt'yt'iitn., Ageut.
Land Dlslri' v. Distncinl West Knoteuay
Take Uotlee ttmt Al,-xniidi r J Met ool, o|
*mte. B. 0., occu put ion * -l.-rk, iilliinis to appiv
,r ItermtSSiOli t,, p.ircnasi- tin' foiluw inc. il,-
llhedtand: rmuim-iiciuK ��t �� post pUm-,t ,,n
eaOUthem boundiiry oi H i >i,mn.-rn 1'iul-
l*f-rtght-of-w >i v ,*:,.,nt ,,n>' uml ii ball lull,*-
*enV Ifem Hw northwest ,orn,r ol lot ..'.)<(,
IP \, EaotitiiiV, ihence M.hili sn i ham.-.,
kOeeeateO ehal.n-. ti,< m . m-uli sii i'Im ins lo
(Imndisiy of sn i'I i Ik nl ,,i vv��� . , Un-lice
nlotig said souilii rn boundary tu
^_mencement,   and  contaiulug tot}
Or less
MkmU-TUth. 1907,
.Xieison Land di-gi. i. n. i.n , ,>i *.%,-1 Kuuteuay
Take notiee iin.il   c  im,i.i-i.. ,.   u-. t. - ...���. nt
torJ.H Bn-rdis.   ..I  lokmk.  N   n , ...������ .,	
ueohante, uU'ii.i- n, .,1,1.,; ���-. ;������ 1 i.-.i-".... to
purohaae the I-*:.'-min- iiescnU'd lau<is: t om-
uenclog at a p' 1 |. .������,���, . 1(��� n,,* lastctiv shore
of Arrow lake and iibmn in chains north m tlie
If. K. OOrner Of lot HUG, thenee east 20 clnilns,
theuce north tn 1 h ; more or I,sk, to tin- Uk,'
Shore, thence so.,1 luv. f 11 .-, uloni* the liikeshore
le the pointof coiniiii'iiri-in,.nt, mid containing
lo acres, mote or less.
Dated Norem I-, h-.u1.v-07   i-mksH  hi -kukn,
F. 1'    BCKI'KN, Agent.
IfelsonLand I>1    i ,   1.   District of \V,m Kn-.tetmy
Tnke   notlco     that     .lolm    Jhhh*s   Ciiinrnii,   of
letaie, Bntis iiimnin, . ��� .*n|.i-.t    ..un,,,
I     Intends      U.     *�� ��� ���, >       for      peitnl^im,    to
uehaee tbe [..iimwiu--  .1.- ni>-.i  i-i,.i     com
ftumelttg   at   a   host    pialibpl    00    tin-    sontticrn
IBof   the   H:   ��� -   Houthern   right -ot way
pains westerly   from   th.eN. VV   corner
fy-nn y'"'!'   1.   Kootenay,   thence snub M
-jB��.'tSieni'i' rust   !<��� riiiGiis.   tiiriicv  north tvo
JUS 10  the   v In ni   l.oiu.diuy  ol   the   suid
tBMtf-tSay. Gn-in��������� w,-s>,., iv   -Coiii'. si,j,,)   sout h
bOtlUd as,   oi   right nI >'. si.    to   ne-   pom)
"TeeineiiL iiu.l conltiiiniit*   2lo ,1, *������*, more
���oveinber Ulli, 1907.
Jr iih Jamks v*\*roni*,__
^^Kud Dlatriot. District ot West Kootenay
^Ktlcc that John Hbiell. of NccillcH, It C,
^^^^���Bn rancher, intends to apply toi per**
^Mo purchase the following dcaerlhed
DPoinin<'iicitn> at a post planted al the
^^Ht ������oruer of Lot W8, thence weft 10
���icnce south Hn chains, lln nee cast 4(1
^^S-fiiee north So chalim to tbe point ol
lenci'iiM-nt. and coutaluiiig 880 acres, more
18' h October, 1907,
F,  G.   Ki
jAtr*i sn
I'WCIKH. Arciu
jLamt District    Duirh t ni West Kootenuy
���fiotiee that Angus MoOUl, of theOltyol
fBKK'1'upn.tlon 11 reman, intends in apply foi
Hn t*�� pun-hiiHi- ihe fnllowing described
^BUoiiuneheiiiK  ill a   post   planted   at   tbe
^^rner  L.   <,'.   Morrison's   much,   lu   Kir
itteo   north   forty   (40)  attains,   thene
���y  (40) cbrtlns,   thenee   boiitb i1v   (in
|li<iM>   wesl forty (40) clnilns olut o
nt,   and t oiiiHinliig   cue hundred
H(l<i0) acres, more or less.
���pte uber 2nd.  1907.        Aniiin    M((.U1.
ftrtitid DUirlet.   DihtIi lor Went Kootenay
^otlcc that   Hugo t'atstens, of Winnipeg,
atlon   publisher,   IlilctldH   to   applv
nu   to   purchase thu   following  de
ienolug at a post planted on   tho west
^7 of L. itlt, G. 1, (about 6 mllei from Ar-
noticl;.
Notice is hereby given that the Kinney-Miller Cedar Company, an extra provincial oompany    duly    registered, as
such, and authorized -lo carry on busi-
iieus within the province ol itritish Columbia, and having its head olllce at
Creston, In the said province, luanulae-
tureis, have by deed ol' assignment,
dated the Mth day ol' December, 1907,
assigned all its personal properly, real
estate, credits, and effects, which may
be seized and sold under execution to
tue, Charles O.-, Rodgers, of Creston,
Utltisli Columbia, lumber manufacturer,
for the general benefit of its creditors.
A meeting of tiie creditors will be
beld at the Office of K. M. Macdonald,
barrister-;*! law, coiner Baker and Stanley Htriets, Nelson, B. C, at the hour of
three o'clock iu the afternoon ou Tuesday, the 31st day of December, 11*07, for
the glviny uf directions with reference
to the dlsposa] of the estate.
And further take notice that all creditors are required on or before the 2Sth
day of December, 1907, to lile with me,
the assignee, full particulars of their
claims duly verified, and the nature of
tho security, if any, beld by them.
And notice is hereby given that after
the 88th day of December, 1907, I will
prooeed to distribute the assets amongst
the creditors of whose debts or claims
I shall then have received notice and I
win not lie responsible for the assets,
or any part thereof, so distributed to
any creditor of whose debt or claim I
shall not then have received  notice.
Dated nt. Creston, B. C, this Mth day
of December, 1B07,
CHARLES O. RODGERS,
Assignee.
Auction Sale
Dent's New and Second
Hand Store
PRINCIPAL OF ALBERTA
Dr.  Tory's  Inaugural   AddreSB   Opening
New  Provincial   University���
Aims Are  High.
Saturday, Jan.  20
At 2 p. ni. Sharp.
Graniteware, Tinware, White Enamel-
ware, Parlor, Dlnlngroom Bedroom and
Kitchen Furniture, Cook Stoves, Heaters, and a large assortment of articles
too  numerous to  mention.
ID BINT <S_ CO.
Turner Beeton Block, 606 Vernon Street.
NELSON.
The following is a nynopala of Iho ln-
ailgura] address of II. M Tory, late professor 1��� MoGlll l.nlversity, now president of Uie University of Alberta:
The unlversiiy problem Ifl one ot tho
flrst importance and one in which there
i�� great diversity of opinion. The term
is Dot well defined, there being a great
Dumber ol varied and diversified Insti-
lulinns which bear thai name. In every
country the Institution that is building up
a great brotherhood and stands for the
higha-st educational interests is called
by the name of university. It is the
common ground for work for the slate
and for society.
Sellish men seek to guard secrets In
business which will be of benelit only
to themselves. In a university are a
body of men who are saieklng to extend
tlie boundaries of knowledge for the
benefit of mankind. No man, who is a
teacher of others, dares to speak an\-
thing but truth or Uo anything but
truth.
In Canada and the United States the
term ls generally accepted to be any
institution which takes a man to the
degree of B, A. A university has come
to be recognized as an institution sur-
rounded by a group of . colleges, in
which are taught arts, medicine, science, agriculture, etc.
The aims of a university are threefold: (11 to teach: (21 to accumulate
knowledge through libraries; (3! to
carry on lhe work of extending lhe
bt unds of knowledge iulo the unknown.
When the ideal condition is reached,
all three will be definitely CO-related to
one another.
Some people classify universities according to the number of students at-
ta.nding them, judging that a university
which has a large body of students
must be better than one with a small
number.
Some people classify them on tlie
basis of wealth they possess. It Ls true
that wealth Is not the only thing ihat
gees to make a great university, [t may
be used neither wisely nor well ln producing results.
Others judge a university by Its
course of study, but at the present Ume
there is little distinction between the
courses of study at the universities of
the United States and Cunada. There
are some large Institutions which are
in a position to give a more extended
course ln a subject but all are practically  the  same.
There is only one standard by which
they can be classified or judged and
that is by llieir products���by the men
they send out. The names ol Oxford
anal Cambridge are household words all
over the world on account of the great
statesmen, authors, poets, etc., which
they produced.
He wanted Ihe new university of Alberta, to stand on the merit of its
work.
The old universities of Europe were
Instituted on an ecclesiastical basis ami
the present denominational college
is the modern type of the old Institution.
Then there are the private universities which had their birth in the feeling
that ecclesiastical domination in educational matters should be thrown off.
State universities, wholly under the
control of the state had their birth in
tho democratic failing of the people
whose minds are soon chargeal with a
love of education. The result has been
that ln the United States there is a
great group of state universities ex-
tomllng all over the entire country and
the same condition of affairs is rapidly
Inking place ln Canada.
In Canaala all these types of universities exist.    In  Queen! and   Laval there
I. the denominational college; in Meow, New Brunswick and Iialhousie there
i.i tha* private type, and In Toronto and
partly in Manitoba there is the state
univa-rslty. Two others In Saskatchewan and Alberta are In the course of
forma'ion.
Oanadalan universities will this year
Spend over $11,511(1,000. And lhe question arises, Is the money well spent?
In reply to the suggestion, we must look
al lhe result of the work of the universities.
Kirst, there Is the education of teachers, whoso influence is felt in every
home In the country. Tho whole fabric
of society rests In the efficiency of the
schools.
Second, there Is the training of lhe
r-lergy. In thai present day. the people
demand thai the clergy should be educated and refined men.
Third, in development of the science
of medicine, by which the death rate
has been so greatly reduced during the
past  century.
In engineering pursuits lhe Influence
of the university Is felt to n great extent. It lias made It possible to bind
lhe Atlantic to the Pacific with bands
of steel.
Science has done more than anything
else lo produce liappim and long life
among the agriculturists i.'an anything
else. Hy scientific Investigation and experiments lt has been found possible to
extract nitrates even from the air, to
make the fields of farmers greener and
more productive. An Investigation is
now in progress ln Cambridge for the
cross fertilization of the soils of England and America, which, If successful,
will Increase the production of both
countries by  50 per cent.
In the legal profession the influence
of the university is strongly felt. There
never was a time when trained legal
minds were more needed to combat
grasping corporations and to foil educated criminals than the present.
In the Held of political economy and
in commercial life, the university is
making i's Influence felt. No people
can remain self respecting who nre dependent on others, and lhe times demand that every one should take his
share of the work of extending tho
bounds  of  knowledge.
lie had come to Alberta to bring his
best thought anal energy to the task to
which he had been called by the Alberta
government. This province is as large
as North Dakota, Wisconsin and Minnesota combined. In these states there
were three state universities, teaching
1.0,000 men. In establishing the provincial university we should build for
the future.
He hoped to live to see a great university institution in Alberta of which
every man in the province might be
proud and which would relate itself to
the life of every class in the community.
SAMUEL, A.   WYE
HEATINQ ENGINEER.
All Kinds of Heating Plants ln Stock.
SANITARY   PLUMBING.
Victoria St., Nr. ODera House.      Tel. 181.
INOTICE
Take notice that I will, on the 9th
day of March, 1908, apply for a transfer
of the liquor license for the Silver King
hotel, situate on Lots Seven (7) and
Eight (8), in Block Ten (10), on the
south side of Baker street in the City
of Neisou, from Robert Dalziel to myself,
Dated at Nelson, B. C, this 20th day
of January, A. D. 1908.
ELIZABETH   DALZIEL.
No. 331.
CERTIFICATE    OF THE     REGISTRA
TION OF AN  EXTRA-PROVINCIAL   COMPANY.
,J:.^U.
"COMPANIES   ACT,   1897."
or   d-'siia,,',..   ',u  transporting   1  _._.   	
other minerals to the mills and plants
of the Company, and In tra. porting
the manufactured products af such
plants to the markets; to log and
drive streams; to construct and operate
booms:
To purchase, hold, sell, assign, transfer, mortgage, pledge or otherwise dispose of any bonds or other securities or
evidences of Indebtedness created or
lBBued by any corporation or corporation, association or associations of the
State of Maine, or of any other state,
territory or country, and, while the
owner thereof, to exercise all the rights,
powers and privileges of ownership:
To purchase, hold, sell, assign, transfer, mortgag,*-. pledge or otherwise dispose of shares of capital stock of any
other corporation or corporations, association or associations of the State
of Maine, or of any other state, territory or country, and . while the owner
of such stock, to exercise all the rights,
powers und privileges of ownership, Including the right to vote thereon:
To aid In any manner any corporal Ion
or association of which any bonds or
other securities or evidences of indebtedness or stock are held by the corporation, and to do any acts or things designed to protect, preserve, improve or
enhance the value of any such bonds
or other securities or evidences of indebtedness or stock:
The business of the Compauy is from
time to time to do any one or more ot
the acts and things herein set forth;
and it may oondnct its business in other
btales, territories and possessions of
the United States, ln British Columbia,
and in foreign countries, and may have
one office or more lhan one olfice, and
keep the books of the Company outside
ol lhe State of Maine, except as otherwise may he provided by law, and may
hold, purchase, mortgage, aud convey
real or personal property, either ln or
out of the Stale of Maine.
All the powers of the corporation are
vested in the board of directors, who
may make, alter, amend or repeal all
by-laws ol the company, except such
by-laws as regulate or affect the election of directors and officers, and except when the change of a by-law or
exercise of a power is made by statute expressly dependent upon action by
or consent of lhe stockholders.
Provided, however, that nothing herein contained shall be construed to authorise the corporaUon to transact business in any other state, territory, or
foreign country, contrary to the provisions oi the laws of such state, territory or loreign country, aad that nothing in these purposes shall be construed
to give the corporation any rights, powers or privileges not permitted by the
laws of the State of Maine to corporations organized under Section 6 of
Chapter 47 of the Revised Statutes of
the State of Maine, and the following
corporate purposes shall be exercised
only in states and jurisdictions other
than Maine, namely, the construction
and operation of railroads, or aiding in
the construction thereof, telegraph or
telephone companies, and gas or electrical companies, and such businesses
are to be carried on only in states and
jurisdictions when and where permissible under the laws thereof.
_a_..Wi_r:^��'"-*^'*
I hereby certify that "The Kootenay
Cedar Company" has this day been registered as an Extra-Provincial Company under the "Companies Act, 1897,"
to carry or effect all or any of the objects of the Company to which the legislative authority of the Legislature of
British Columbia extends, except the
construction aud working of railways,
and the business of insurance.
The head office of the Company is situate at Portland, Cumberland County,
Maine.
The amount of the capital of the
Company is one million seven hundred
and fifty thousand dollars, divided Into
seventeen thousand tive hundred shares
of one hundred dollars each..
The   head   offlce  of   the   company   in
this Province is situate at Nelson, and
R.   S.   Lennie,   barrister-at-law,   whose
address ls Nelson, B. C, Is the attorney
for the Company, not empowered to issue and transfer slock.
The Company is limited.
Given under my hand and seal of office  at Victoria,   Province    of     British
Columbia, this eleventh day of January,
one thousand nine hundred and eight.
[L.S.] S. Y. WOOTTON,
Registrar of Joint Stock Companies.
The   objects   for which   this     Company has been established and registered are: ���
To acquire, holal, improve, lease and
sell timber, farming, grazing, mineral
and Other lands, and the products thereof; to mine or otherwise extract or remove coal, ores, stone and other minerals and timber from any land owned,
leased or occupied by the company, or
from any other lands; to buy, build,
construct, maintain and operate plants
and works for the development of
such lands, and for the handling, preparing and rendering commercially
available of the various products thereof; and to buy. or sell or otherwise to
da-al or to truffle ln wood, timber, lumber, coal, stone, ores and other material, and any of the products thereof,
and any article consisting, or partly
consisting, thereof.
To engage in trade and maintain
stores.
To buy, build, hold and lease or sell
all kinds of houses and buildings, and
(he lands on which the same may be located; to buy, own and hold, with a
view to its improvement and sale, any
kind  of  real  estate.
To breed, raise and deal in cattle
and live stock of all kinds; and to manufacture, buy, sell and otherwise deal
in  all  kinds  of  dairy  products.
To construct docks, slips, bridges, machinery, ships, boats, engines, cars and
other equlpim-nt, elevators, water
works, gas works, electric works, viaducts, nqui'ducls and other water-ways,
and to sell the Biune, or otherwise to dispone thereof, or to maintain and operate Uie saine; to construct and to maintain and oiu>rale all trams, railroads,
spuds. switches, locomotives, cars,
trains aud equipment for the purposes
of the Company only, aud not as a
common carrier, that may tm necessary
Ttemont House
Knrotaein and American Plan
Heala 35 eta.   Boomi Irom IL Ota. to 11.
only White Help Kmployed.
MALONE   &   TRBOD���US
Baker Bt., Nelaon Proprietor!
Athabasca
Saloon...
CORNER
BAKER AND
KOOTENAY
STREETS.
Mawt comfortable quarter.      Nelson
Only tbe beat of Liquors and cigars
BILLIARDS.
POOL
MARTIN   IVENS JNO.   PHILBERT
Grand Central Hotel
Thoroughly renovated and refurnished. Rooms 60 cents upward The
dining room is unexcelled ln the city.
House heated throughout with hot
water.
J. A. ERIOKSON, Proprietor.
Telephone, 260.   Opposite Court Hous*
and Postofflce. Nelson. B. C.
Queen's Hotel
Biker Btreet, Nolsoc. B. C.
RATES *2  PER  DAY
Large  .nd  Uomfnrtable   BeaJroomi and Flrit
Cass Dtutng Room.
MRS. E. C. CLARKE, Proprietress.
Baitlett   Hottse
GKO. W. BARTLKTT,
Proprietor.
Best Dollar-a-Day House in Nelson.
The Bar la tbe Flneat.
White Belp Only Jtmplored
Josephine St.
Nelion, B. n
""���, s���4 -t j���**v *
TO REISTi
We have   for  rent  the  office In the
Mara Block over the Royal Bank, lately
occupied by Mr. E. A. Crease.
F>OR l-**UI-,I-, PAR,
TICUI.AR8 APPLY TO
H. & M. BIRD
LOOK US UP
'FOR RENT���Office on Baker St. ���.3��!&_83i__i
FOR. SALE���Residential  LotB In city and suburbs.
Fire, Accident, Liability, Fidelity, and   Life   Insurance   agents   for   the
strongest companies operating ln Canada.
PROCTER & BLACKWOOD
AGENT NELSON CITY  LAND & IMPROVEMENT CO.
If yois want Good Land
BUY at ROBSON
Royal Hotel
MRS. WIUJAM  ROBKRTS,-
PBOPBIKTREHS.
MeDermid & lYIcHardy
NELSON, B.*"C
JOB PRINTING
THE DAILY CANADIAN
Is now ready to  execute  all
orders for Job Printing on
shortest notice.
t 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
3(4 Baker St.
Tel. 324.
INOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that the undersigned have submitted to the Lieu-
tenant-Governorln-Councll a proposal
under the Rivers and Streams Act for
the clearing and removing obstructions
from tho Duhamel Creek (otherwise
known as Six-Mile Creek) in the District of West Kootenay, Province of
Hritish Columbia, and for making the
said creek tit for rafting and driving
thereon logs, timber and lumber, and
for erecting and maintaining dams on
the said creek, and for constructing
nnd maintaining booms for holding
sorting and delivering logs and timber
thereon, and for aa_-hchlng booms on
Kootenay Lake at the mouth of said
creek.
The lands to be affected by such work
are Lots 787. 788, 7601, 7773, 4394, 8411
and 8413 all In Group One, Kootenay
District, and other land3 not Crown
granted, occupied or improved.
The tolls proposed to be charged are
such as may be fixed by the Judge of
the County Court of West Kootenay.
Dated the 28th day of October, 1907.
THE  PORTO RICO LUMI.ER
COMPANY. LIMITED.
w.   a*   a IL,LETT
Con-tractor*   and
Builder.
Sole agent for the Porto Kim Lumber Co., Ltd..
retail yards. Rough and dretised lumber, turned
work and brackets, Coaat lath and ���hingles, e*nh
aud doora. Cement, brick and lime lor tolo
Automatic grinder.
Yard and factory : Vernon St.. eait of Hall'' *_,
INBLSOrN.   B. G.
I'   O. Box 232 Telephone ns
INOTICE
In the matter ot an application lor the Issue ot
a diiplli'Hii- of the Certificate of Title to Lota
4, fi, -and 6, Block 6, Nelaon City, mibilivision ot
part of Lot 182, Group Oue, District of Kootenay
(Map 486).
Notice Is hereby given that It la my intention
to issne at the expiration of one month after the
flntt publication hereof a duplicate of the Certificate oi Title to tlie above mentioucd lo_ in the
nameof Pattle Rhode*, which Certificate in dated
the 16th day of May, 1899, and numbered 1897-k.
Land Keglftry Offlce*   Nelson,  B.C..   January
24th, isth. a. f. maclbod,
Diatrict Registrar.
Rates 91 aud $1.50 a Day.
Special Rate* to Refrular Boarders
WM. S. DREWRY
A  M. Can. Set. C. E.
DOMINION  AND  PROVINCIAL  LAND
CURVEYOR.
Mining WorK a Specialty.
Office:   Room  10,  K.-W.-O.  Blk.   P.   O.
Box     434.
Baker St., Nelson, B. C.
Cancellation of Reserve.
Notice li hereby given that the reaerve over
certain lanali In South-Halt Kootenay, notice of
which apyeareil tu the British Columbia Gnzotte
of the 14th of Auguat, 18'JO aud bore date of*An-
i;ii-t I2,h, 1890, ,i hereby a-ancelled. The above
meutloned landa will be open for location under
Ihu Land Act on March 30, 1908.
ROBT A. RENWICK.
Deputy CotnmlHloner of Landi and Work*
Lands aud Works laepartmeut,
Vletorla, B. C, Deoember Mth, 1107.
**i ^
Tne Daily Canadian
Our   Bargain Lines
are quickly disappearing but you will still find a few Clocks, Electric
Lamps and Watches, and a number of articles suitable for prizes for
all purposes which we are selling at
EXCEEDING^'   LOW    PRICES
J. O. PATENAUDE
MAM'IMCTIHIMI
JBWBLL.BR-,
Watchmaker and Optician
MEAOHER'S
Mid-Winter
Cleaning
Sale
Bargains in all lines
of Dry Goods, Millinery   and  Ladies'
Ready-to-Wear
Clothing.
MEAGHER & CO.
Sec Us
For Good Fruit Land
io Acre Blocks to 800
Acre Blocks.
Bedrock Prices.
Easy Terms.
He E. Croadsdaile & *_
Next Door to I3ank of Commerce.
V<*^/VVVVVVVS��*VSi*VV��*'^��*/VVV*V
PETERSON PIPES
$ J.50 to $10.00.
Welcome Nugget Smoking
Tobacco.
ALL BRANDS OF CIGARS.
Queen Cigar Store
BUSH  & MATT HEW,  Props.
*C^'W^A^^^^^^^^^<v^*��^AAA^ww^^
We have just received a shipment of Heinz Goods iu following line.
14-oz.  Bottle   Sour   Mixed   Pickles.
14-oz. Bottle Sweet Mixed  Pickles.
14-oz. Bottle Glierkins Pickles.
Pint Bottle Ketchup.
I. A. IRVING & CO.
Telephone 181.
HOUSTON BLOCK.
HOTEL   ARRIVALS.
"���<
r %1
TT   .eg
3,-vJ
-J
Corner of Stanley and Victoria   Sts.
Two Blocks from Depot.
J. W. Turnbull and wife, Trail: Mrs.
T. Airey, 8-Mile; J. McNaughton, Silver-
ton: 10. W. Ransom, A. L. Newson, A.
Drap, r, W. C. Adleson, J. Newbury, M.
P. Morris. Vancouver: .1. P. Vrooni,
Waneta; P. II. Huinham, Grand Forks:
F. .1. Engel, Spokane; F. is. Corbett,
Seattle; J. E. Kami. Erie; a. D. WeBtby,
Minneapolis; M. P. Cannon. W. H.
Hampshire. Wisconsin; II. Qaurile, To-
ronto;  C. B. Balfour, Calgary:
___J
Cur.     Vernon ,.,,al  Ward   -Slroaats
rvsL.so.'v,. b.c.
T. .1. Mayne, Philadelphia; J. W. Mac*
k.-iy. Brandon; .1. O. Bonneau, J. E. Tur-
tim. Montreal; 0. 1*. Moore, Fernie; ii.
Bowman, W. C. Hodgson, J. B, Read, F.
Crane, Vancouver; 11. .1. Hriggs, c. S.
Riley, v. Magor, Winnipeg; '.'. Lebel,
Pincher Creek; T. ll. Long, Rossland;
G. C. Seldon, J. K. Mfarley, Bonner's
Ferry;   11.  F. Dudgeon, Kaslo.
GRAND CENTRAL.
.1. II. Kingsbury, Spokane; W. David-
i-nii. Sandon; C. F. Hlklin, T. Rome, Calgary; A. G. Watson, Wat-son's Siding;
is. caniiilai.il, California; B. .1. Miller, W.
.1. Holmes, Nana Scotia; W, !���:. King, T.
Wigot. Erie; lt. McLeod, C. McDonald,
Vancouver.
QUEENS.
S. F. Qriawold and wili", Paulson: M.
Hayden and wire, Rosthern; B, P*oley,
La Plata; .Mrs. .1. E. Harris, St. Louis;
.Mis. a. C. Garde anal children, New
Yuri;: t.S. R. Northey, wile anil child.
Helena; A. is. Daniels, Revelstoke; A.
Pressnell, Grand Forks; A. .1. Garrard,
Winnipeg; E. .1. Walton, Medicine Hat.
TREMONT.
G. Reeve, China Creek; E. Townsend.
Edmonton; R, Graham, Willow Point;
Mrs. A. A. Hotson, Ymir; W. W. Hamilton, D.   Ellison, .1. Travis,  Spokane;   R.
I. ri.**. .1. v. McGuire, It. N. McGreyer,
J. Crane, I.. McDougall, Salmo.
ROYAL.
E. Jones,    Rossaand;     B. C.   Affleck,
Erie;  \\. R. Dach, G. Black, Silverton;
M. W. Bezanson, Rossland; F. EHlement,
Victoria,
BARTLETT.
J. H. Barclay, J.  Stebbins, L. Moore.
Rossland;   K. H. Stain ton, R. FellowB,
Revelstoke.
To Whom  it May Concern:
Take notice that J. L. Warner Is not
now and has not been since the ISth
.'ay of November last employed by or
i-i any way connected with tin- Bradley
Engineering ami Machinery Co. of
Spokane, Washington.
WANTED
\i'a.'.';ik   ��� i bnilueii producers to write
ll     IniaraQce   on   aa;i   kindi  aaf  live  itoek
Irom any cauie. Brituh Americas
���   -..' k   Aaaoclatlon,   Vancouver, B   C. or
VI. J. Walker, Mum,. H,,iel. Nelson.
\\
*antkh   Offlce,Bsk��r Street  groiiii.i flnair
preferred     1I..X 1021 <:aliH<1 Ian.
TO  RENT.
QIX-BOOKED HOU8B, lornUbsdor unfurnish-
>**)   cl    Apply to J. Dency, oorner Vernon anal
J.'m.pliin.i -li.-.-!-.
TO  LET
I't'RNISIIKIJ   ROOM   a;���wl   locution.     A.l.lresa
H. liially ,,'B,aH.llMii
TWO FIKBT.aj.-AnS kOOMH, sleain heated     Applv haausekeeoer. Hral flat, K. W. I:.block
FOR  THE TOILET
We have the necessities and many luxuries.    The daily bath is beneficial when good soap ls used.
The condition of the teeth depends upon a good dentifrice.
We can supply you with the best   of   Toilet   Water,    Tooth   Powders,
Sponges, Brushes, Combs, Mirrors, etc. Soaps.  Toilet  Water,   Perfumery,
Canada Drug & Book Co'y* Ltd.
W. H. A.
The ladies of the Hospital Aid Society
will meet In St. Paul's church parlor
sai unlay afternoon at 3 o'clock.
I    W.   W.
Tin' local lodge of Hie Industrial
Workers of the World hold a saaa'ial
meeting in the EC or V. hall tomorrow
evening.
Afternoon   Tea.
A general Invitation is extended to
tin. afternoon tea al tin1 Strathcona tomorrow afternoon from i to ts in aial of
the city union charity league.
Metals  and  Stocks.
Silver lost a point today on each metal market. Lead is Arm. Dominion
Copper declined several points; Granby
and B. C. Copper are firm and practically  unchanged.
Churchman's Club.
The whist tournament participated in
by members of the Churchman's Club
was continued last night. The contest
continues close en'jugh to keep inter-
a'8t  in ra-snlts very keen.
Grocers'  Hockey.
The retail grocerymen defeated thier
rivals of the wholesale trade at hockey
last night by the decisive score of 11
to 3. W. H. Deacon, referee, let nearly
everything go as It looked to the entire
satisfaction of the players.
L. O. T. M.
At the Installation meeting of Aberdeen Hive, L. O. T. M., held in the
K. of P. hall last night the following officers were duly installed: Commander,
Mrs. Squire; P. C. Mrs. Kelley; V. C,
Mrs. Walker; R. K., Mrs. Schermer-
horn; F. A., Mrs. Seaney; chaplain.
Mrs. MacLean; M. at A., Mrs. Laugh-
ton; sargeant, Mrs. Phillips; sentinel,
Mrs. Steeper; picket, Mrs. Campbell,
physician, Mrs.  Dr.  Jones.
Worthless Cheques.
Chief of Police T. H. Long of Rossland was in the city last night returning home this morning. His visit was
an attempt to trace certain issuers of
worthless cheques who have victimized Rossland merchants. The attempt
was unsuccessful, not on account of any
fault of Chief Long's but on account of
the amazing stupidity of business men
who cash cheques for men they don't
know and then give the latter time
to travel a thousand miles before they
discover that the paper is worthless and
another thousand before they nolify the
laolice.
Real  Estate  Active.
Already there Is considerable demand
for real estate throughout Nelson district. This applies more particularly to
lands adopted to fruit growing. The
dealers report numerous Inquiries and
there have been many sales during the
week. An excursion party of thirty
home-seekers, from Manitoba arrived in
Nelson last Saturday, and of that number more than twenty invested in fruit
land. J. E. Annable is said to have disposed of nearly 2,000 acres to members
of the party. The excursionists have
left for the coast, but will return within
a few .lays when it is likely others will
Buy 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
���AKER   ST.
Alice Roller Rink
Grand
Masquerade
Ball
FRIDAY, JAN. 3J, J908
The proprietor will have on hand suitable costumes. Those wishing Ihem can
apply at the rink. Refreshments will
be served In the banquet hall. Music
will   be    the    best
J1 The   Event   of   the  .Season, i
Carnation
Wheat Flakes
for Breakfast
Its something hard to get.
Something real tasty for breakfast.
Try a package
5 lbs. 50c.
C. A. Benedict
Corner Silica and Josephine Sts.
PHOISE  7
Passe Partout
Pictures
Complete  with   Glass  and   Mat���Passe-
Partouted  and   Ready  to   Hang  up.
We have just opined up an except ion-
ally bright line of I'asse-I'nrtotit plo-
tures.
They consist or "Life" humorous
pictures in Black and White and In Color, Toasts, and Quotations from Favorite authors;   beautifully  illumined.
Prices are  25c, 35c  and  60 c  each.
To see them is to buy. You can't resist them.
See them in our window.
W*. G. Thomson
^MfcE*"'*   Nelson, B.C.
  Phona a*.
NICKERSON, the Jeweiery Manufactur-
er's Agent will sell you goods from samples at 25 per cent, less than regular
prices direct from the factories, In 8
days from order. Everything ln the
line.    Order now.
buy fruit ranches. Another excursion
party will leave Winnipeg on the 4th
of February, and Bhould reach Nelson
on the evening of February 6th. They
intend to settle ln the Nelson district
aud have the money to pay for good
land.
Hockey.
The hockey match between the Lakes
and the Mountains at the skating rink
tonight will begin at S o'clock sharp. A
good contest Is promised. After the
game skaters will be allowed on the ice.
PERSONAL.
J. P. Vroom, collector of customs at
Waneta, arrived In the city last night.
P. H. Burnham, G. N. K. agent, came
over from the Houndary  last night.
Rev. Father Althoff will leave early-
next week for Vancouver, where he will
visit for a few days.
J. C. Bonneau, proprietor of the
Strathcona, returned last night after a
iwo months visit to Montreal. He came
in on the train which was delayed 12
hours by the burning of a bridge at
l.ethbridge.
Big Price for Chesapeake's Flag.
London, Jan. 30.���The flag of the
American man of war Chesapeake, cap-
turaal In the fight with the British ship
Shannon in 1818, was put up at auction
in this city and sold for $4,250 to a
dealer named Patrldge. It is reported
that Patrldge acted for Cornelius Vanderbilt.
Prices of Metala.
New   York, .Ian.   .'10.���Silver  ra5%c.
London,   Jan.   30.���Silver,   26   9-lCd.
lead, ��15.
��16.
Opening   Copper   Quotations.
New York. Jan. 30, 1908.
(Hy MtDermld & McHardy.)
Asked Bid
Oranby $90.00        $85.00
Dominion   Copper,    ..     2.37'/4        2.25
B. C. Copper     B.25 B.00
Land
Houses
Lots
F*. B. LYS
Real Estate Agent
815 Baker St,  Nelaon,  B. C.   _
west::    enay
BUT.user*. CO.
Wtinli'.ale anal   Ha-lall DsSlUI In
Fresh and Salted Meats
Gamps supplied on Khortt-Ht notice nnd
lowest price. Kothin*- hut  fresh, nnd
wholesome meats and supplos kept in stock
Mail orders rweive careful ntk'ution.
E.  C.   TRAVES.   Manajjer.
Coal! Ice! Wood!
Phone 265
Kootenay  Ice,    Fruit  and
Fuel Co.
OFFU'H:
N. E. co.. Baker   and   Ward   Sts.
THE NELSON
CEMENT
WORKS
LIMITED.
CAPITAL,   $25,000.00   in   25 000    shares
of $10.00 each.
MANAGER, Cnizli r   W.  Hourke.
OFFICE, No. 322 Daker St. (Croasalalla*
& Co.)
SEE the cement blocks displayed In the
Standard   Furniture   Co.'s   window.
APPLICATIONS  for  stock  are  Invited.
PARTICULARS and forms of Application may be obtained at the Coin
pany's office, or from II. A. Sta wart.
Solicitor, Nelson. B. C.
Geo.  P.  Player
Accountant
LATE ACCOUNTANT AT HALL MINING   &   SMKLTINO   CO.
Office   Room   No.  2,   ELLIOT     BLOCK.
F. C. GREEN        F. P. BUK-Utri        A. H.GREEN
GREEN BROTHERS AND BURDEN
C*7il Engineers, Dorninion and British
Columbia Land Surveyors
C0R.VICT0RIA & KOOTENAY STS.. NELSON. B. C
P. 0. Box 145    Ph.,nt 261 B.
S. S. FOWLER
Mining
Engineer.
INeL-SOIN.     -     R. C*
M. HAWRYCZ
CONTRACTOR   AND   BUILDER.
Jobbing  promptly  at tended   to.     Plans
and Estimates.
Apply 415 Hall St. Box 385.
FARMWANTED
Anyone having a good farm for sal,*
In Western Canada may find rash buy, r
by writing at once, giving price and
description, to Buyers Co-Operative
Company, Minneapolis.  Mlum-soia.
Certificate of Improvements.
NOTICE.
. "Apr!! ,Fo01" No' *. Mineral I'lalm. ��i,iir���.
In th.. Nelson Mining Dlvl.loii ol Wa*_t EooteniT
Where locate,!: Between Baffle an,I Bandy
creeks, an.l about une hall mil., Irmn the Poor.
man Mill
. Take notice that I, V 0, Oram, actum n�� ageni
-Si P Hwe.lberK, Free Miner's OertfllcateSo
Vim, inland, amy dan fiem tba date hereof.
lo apply to the MlnfiiK lleciir.ler lair a CertlfloaU.
of Improvements, faar tho pnrpa,se of .ahlathlii- n
l.r.iwn flrant of tne ataa.ve a-laim.
Anil further take nollce tha, aall.in aali.ter
sec,loo 87, must t,�� commence.) before the lean
encu of such a"Brtllioate of improvements
l'.al.--l thlh-Htli .lay of January. A. n   1907
K. 0. I.RKK.V,
  Walion, B. <���.
Chinaware
WE ARE MAKING A SPECIAL SALE
OF CHINA TEA AND DINNER
8ET8   FOR  A   FEW  DAYS.
From $10 to $25.
Old Curiosity Shop
WATCHES
l��* Jev^lisv
ALWAYS ON TIM!
wins ra-spa-et for a womai
i.l  a reputation  for om
it ha.
WATCHES   AND  CLOCKS
that   wa. la-ad  proud of.    Whli,. .,
alder tin* movement th,. moil \���,.
pari   of   Watch   or   Clock,   h_5-
hIiomIii in- oomldered.   Our s.'.',
Time I'li'ca-s are marveli of arSS
in   design   and   llnlsli      Ths
mm to be appreciated.
bey inn,.;
J. J. WALKg
HI
Jeweller  and Optician.
STARKEY & COl
WliolafMi-ue  Provlalona,
Produo*, - Fruit.
u
Government (Sriaiirner.- Ona* Pound  Bricks received weekly fresh fit.
ahum.    For mil,' l,y all lending grocers
lad
Olllce an.l v, iirctioiiHe :  Houston Block,    Pnone 78. paU
Josephine Street.        -        -        -        Nelson, B.C  ,*���
���-^v-syr
A  reciprocity    of    gu.nl   �� :
wish yi.u a  Happy New Ye��
:������ 1   y..u   wish   us   the   lame
wish lor siiini'thlng els.-, ami .j*
th.- opportunity of proving ta,
uMpBonal raluee of our mufti
Suits and Ovi*rcout8.    In mas.
st. 1",   lit   and   finish   va.    ,| |
tlnn. aiul our new stock XatSe
nf the very luta.st anal moH I
fabric!   and   designs.     You'll
money will  buy better goods !
ilsa-wha-ra".
UTI
J, A. GILKE^
We would Ilka, bo saa. all our patronHComfairtable this winter an.) !t
do bo wo have In stock the best assaart ed line of heating stores at*.
Btoves  anal   ranges  ever  b.'f.are  presented to the public In Kootensy
We  would  bfl  planned to  show  you    our line and before making
chase kindly see what we have to offer.
hie
ad
che
mai
iat!
roj,
lem
11  l
p a
be
,��  I
J. H. Ashdown Hardw��
Company, Limited.
FOR  MEN
WATERMAN    FOUNTAIN    PENS.
GILLETT  SAFETY     RAZORS.
G. B. D. PIPES AND SMOKERS'  ARTICLES.
FITTED   BAGS   AND   SUIT   CASES   AT
���ma
R. H.  EWERT   k
nte
JEWELER    AN    DENGRAVER.
���Uie
"ieta
ing
accc
We have  Ifuin  pounds  of
Pure and Cheap Frtiit!
Nats!
Candid
PURE    MAPLE   SUGAR
which we will sell al  a bargain
5 lbs for 1.00.
Special  prio, ��� for larger lota.   Conn
in and inquire.
Choquette Bros.
Phone 258. THE   Uo to-Date   Baken
YOU  WILL  LIKE THE TASTE.
YOU   WILL   LIKE  THE   PRICE.
Alberta Creamer], butter In .ill,., 7 ib.
and 14 lb. blocks at 37c per pound.
For Sale at
Joy's Cash Grocery
tatu
It
the
the
Pho
SHELLED ALMCWDSP
SHELLED W.UNUTS*
Filberts, Almonds, Walnut". f|
Chi'stnuls. Apple Cider, NorlMM
nppla.s. Baldwin Apple*, Jap <_
F'lgs,   large  layer,  California   C"|
and Mnlaga Crapes.
A  large   assortment   or  Xm* ���'
Wholesale and  retail prices per "J
Cor. Josa.plilne and  Mills Sts.
S. H. Seaitf
I'liono 20a. B08!4 !>-*1
NELSON. B. C.
Heating
Stoves
W���  have   still   a  larg! ���*_
mtant. ol healers  to _D0 ���
Also a few odd  stoves whlf"
will  sell  AT  COST durinl ���**
Inking.
Wa.  would  like y<"i I" r,l,i
Inspect,  our  stock.
Wood-Vallance Hardware C��\
Wholesale
INKUSSOIN
Retail
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