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jpatltj QfanoMan
Ihstoyer Feels Confident of Acquittal
HI;! BY CHRISTMAS
acuities,   only a few ,n������t|,��� ago, on
be occasion of his lootb Mrtbdiy bs
;''..";"",." """lil"; "t BapUst  minis.*
leis In  In-iiiiini tetania l)Mion~msii
*r,,l^__E
STORMSj-jbfVBIG LAKESr
Steamers   and
(Ki
| Will Reveal Catalogue  of  Black
Wrongs Which Moved Him to
Take White's Life.
Sss, lurk, Nov. L'l- Hurry Kendall
��� '!:,,,.. liellevea Hun before Christina,,
I lu is ill be liberated from tbe
I .mil In- able lu Join In a happy
I reunion with the seal of a Jury's
I - ii j ii |*. ii  upon  the tragic act
"i.n sis.   Mudlsun  siiuiire    roof    garden
hii    furls lt< i tho   life   of Stanford
IWIslt.'.
sililcl Attorney Jerome announced
sill.  Usui   the  trial  of  Thnw   will
inuvs il in some branch of tbe circular '"nil   's,   be   selected,   probably
Iti-enrdcr Guff, on Monday, Dell, ih,.- beginning of the  win-
in
district  attorney*!    office    haa
irticatly completed   the exainlnatlim
SM,,   in preparation   of   the
Irlsil. nnil is l' re pa red, sn It Is said, to
tsttblM the contention thnt Thaw is
kniliy, us charged In the Indictment.
_l ;i rolil-blooded, deliberate murder,
���hi' |iiiiiishini'iit for which, on convlc
lion, i- sissith.
.Mr l,i,iiiii' will conduct the prose-
lullnti In person, with Assistant Dls-
Irlrl Attorney Qarvan, who iirepared
I aid him ln the court work.
Harrj Thnw was overjoyed when he
fsrtieil ilm ss time had nt  last  been
fltosl fnr Iiiiii  lo  meet   a Jury of his
'������'������   '"   face   iiiiii   plaee   before
|l    rnrlil  Ills'  black  WKmgl which   he
ontends Inspired him to take Ihe life
U'lsis..     ii,. was In  a jovial   mood
i,si,nisi,     II,. chatted    and    laughed
iili Iiis prison is nn Hides ln    Murder
|r-  ins, nnd with the keepers In tho
tombs, mnl all I races of the nervous-
ansl missis   which  have been no
fccalili' fssr a month or more uppeareii
liass.  beep   dissipated  by  the   wel-
lome announcement of a speedy trial.
I Thaw il.is from bis cell to meet Ills
kid- niun she  minis-  her usual   dally
lal!. snd in his Joy danced around the
Tiildish looking woman as if no Berlin- Iragedy I,n.i entered their life and
|- if no thougbt  of Hie terror o( tbe
I'ssi legal machinery operated by the
sic hail ever entered his mind.
"I will  bs..   free   by   Christmas,"   he
Pouted.    "I  know  it.    I  feel 11.    My
in ihis place are numbered. How
|U|,|. I Mill bs- at home."
took Ins young  wife's hands  In
swn nml for a   full   minute   they
hopefully Into each other's eyes
'In  cl rless Tonilis corridor.
J When their Interview ended and the
|s��i'llss   kiss  was  given,   Evelyn   Nes-
Than said  In  a  ringing  tone,  "I
j������ you will  be  free,  Harry, and  1
("I"; before Chrlstmaa."
Although   statementa   Irom    counsel
fr Thaw and others hnve been made
|"it the prisoner ls breaking down un-
pr the greal physical Btrain aud may
Pll��P��e entirely   ir his  trial  is  much
Jiisit delayed, according to the offl-
al reporl    made    vestcrdny    by  Dr.
ank P. McQuIre, tho Tombs   physl-
|��a. in the attorney general, Thaw is
better physical  condition   than   he
as been for a long time.     He   eats
'"' heart,  meals dally, takes plenty
exercise lu the prison corridors and
P�� gained fnnn lo to IB pounds since
T mrniiii. an Inmate of the Tombs.
j ""' alsrtrlct attorneys of Hoe, through
M'ni. I,, ||���, Tomba,  has kept   a
>'"'��� "ssis'ls ���n Thnw ���( nil hours, und
asslstnnl dlBtrlcl attorney said that
thaw hmi i���.,,n |��� training for bin
pv in conn he could not lie In bettor
T1,1!1"    The  worrlod   expression   and
"���������I look which appeared to have
��**!' Indelibly  slumped  upon his  flics'
" after his entrance to the Tombs
1 disappeared:   his complexion has
!"' In,- suggestion (lf miidillness and
s '*y, s are brighter.
'"ternational Pressure
Rome,   Nov, 28.���King    Ooorgo    of
Iff,''"''. ,wl'" n���� ' n    visiting    King
a   'i i*.isiiii:iiii���,| here, left Homo for
T   n' by way  or  ]'������������ .,-������
[^current thnt    ii,,,    Grecian king's
...all
pope nl thj, viitl.an reaulted from
Cleveland, Ohio, No
which reached a velocity ���, _*, ������,
an limn-, rug,,,! go |,ukl, KTk. thegfR.��-
er part or yesterday and compelled
even the big passenger boats to seek
shelter. The City 0r Kile, which left
lurtalo Monday night, did not arrive
h* re llll 11 o'clock last night, J7 hours
late. Several vuBsels from the upper
lakes which hud been caught ln tho
si,inn lu that section and about whose
safety great rears had been felt, came
Into port  lata yesterday.
The only crafi missing from her els
ibe whiils-back barge No. IIS, bound
from Connecticut with coal, lu tnw of
tha steamer .1, 11. Bads, which broke
away from ihe Bteamer IB miles northwest of Falrpolnl yesterday. The tug
Monarch, wlaoi >vas bound from Con-
neclli-ut to Toledo with ii MOW, dropped her tow and she was sent out to
si-urch for the missing whali-hack. The
lutler,  It  Is tl glit,  will  ride out tho
sioini safely and will be found at an'
ehor.
NELSON, B. C, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 28, .906.
Fifty Cents a Month
tii
au Illness or three weeks. Mr. Muir
was liinii In Scotland and had lived in
Detroit ror tbe past is yean. During
tor part or ihis time he was
* of the Orand Trunk railway.
l-��njAUN0 THE BOUNDARY.
v\ ���
Italian Vjgvtyes Will Be Supplanted by
loos���Newt Notes.
">' ��ay  of   Itrlndlsl.    Rumors
t��l!-isi"''"', """    ""���'    Ornclan  kit
I,. .'1   "  '"'''*��' Hnally  calling   upon
li Isi     '    ""' v"lleun reaulted from
|*r '"toraaiiona, ���(.���__.,_ ,_ a_  m_,
in ii,i ,""''''   ''   wu'1   declared,   urged
fine I,   l     '"'"'''""' '" ,hla al"> ,V*��R B"l''
llilli. il '":"   llrllill��   and   Ilussin,
l||���. n   '  *"'"*��"   pressed   the  ndvlsa-
irv ���,,,,!' vls" through Austrln-llim-
��� "i i Germany.   Italy was lhe on-
""""' Indifferent.
Ve"��anle  Divine  Passes.
f'lll"iml'''h''   iM"ai!"    Nov*     28-���Hev.
'"ib a,-,,, ,"w"-   ,h0   <���*'<���������   Baptlat
imiohnr   ." Aln"1'l<*a.   "led   at   his
lei-n ui rau _    Dr.  Howe had  not.
I*'l In '-, ,! , ,w"" f""n,l lifeless In his
l*"n ,i ,,,,    *v.   Dl** "owe hnd long
 nn,     l'",,:":1"?,"! *9 '"��""*
."nii'iil hn    . ?      ''Is.last conscious
"'allied lhe use of till hlB
Fatal Mutiny.
New York, Nov. 28.���A flremnn was
killed and rive others were more or
less Injured In a mutiny aboard the
Mallory I,Ino steamer San Juclnp,
which arrived here today. Tlie trouble occurred on Monday. The dead
fireman was named Pletro Molueru,
and death was caused by a blow on
tho head. On arrival or the Sun Ja-
clno  at  her dock    hlmunliel    Concheo
was arrested charged with the murder
of the fireman.
Red Hat for Canada.
Montreal, Nov. 18.���La Patrie publishes a tetter from a oorreapondent In
Home giving what Is declared to be
tellable Information lhat Mgr. Uathl-a,
rector ol Laval university, will be
soon raised to the dignity of lhe Canadian cardlnalate. It Is declared
that tin- nomination will not be made
at the coming consistory, Inn will lie
delayed to coincide with the celebration of the third century of the foundation ot the university in 1908.
HAU SHAMS^ INSANITY
Murderer of  Mother-in-Law   in   Baden
A. -aigned  in Court  Pleads  Ignorance of Procedure.
I_>ndnn, Nov. 28.���Karl Hau, alias
Stan, proteBBor of Komau law ln
Oi-orge Washington university, who
has been under arrest here since November 7 ou the charge of murdering
his mother-in-law ut Haden, was again
brought up and remanded to the Bow
atreel police court today. The presiding magistrate explained to the prisoner tbat papers containing a mass of
evidence had been received In Germany, but there was still other technical evidence to be received before
he could be formally extradited, and
asked him whether he had anything
to say,
Hau, with staring eyes, answered:
"I don't understand what this ls all
about." The prisoner hns apparently
lost his reason or is shamming insanity. For several days he has been confined In the prison infirmary and
closely guarded, owing to fear that he
might commit suicide. 'I'he magistrate
could not gel anything rrom the prisoner but the repeated statement. "I
don't know what It Is all about."
Finally, with lhe consent ol Mr. Wilson, his counsel, the case wns again
remanded for n week. The prison doctor haB certified thai Hau has been
noting In nn Insane manner, hm he be-
HeveB this to in* assumed, a further
ineiliciil examination or tha prisoner
win be held before the case is again
culled.
to The Ually Canadian.)
'Forks, Nov. 28.���(Jreat hum-
Italian laborers on the Kettle
Valley Line grade yesterday quit work
and today the town Is full of them,
all drawing their pay. It Is reported
thai tbe cause of their quitting work
Is due to tbe recenl dynamite outrage
at Niagara, many of them imagining
that many of their race will to some
extent be held responsible In some
way or other for the outrage. Superintendent 11. W. Worrlngtun of the
Keltic Valley Line railway will endeavor to replace them on the works
with Hind,���is. so that the work win
be continued as heretofore. The sin-
forlng among the Hindoos still continues. LaBt night three of these unfor-
Hlnale people were round slundlng on
the street coiner ln a freezing condition, oue ol them being speechless
Willi the cold. The city police tons
them In charge and gave ihem the
necessaries at the police station, oth
erwise tbey would have undoubtedly
frozen to death.
From present appearances civic politics will be quiet at the coining municipal election In January next, there
b"ing n strong feeling thai some good
business men should be chosen to till
the offices of mayor and ablermen and
lie elected by acclamation, and thus do
away with tbe usual heated contest so
characteristic of (Irand Forks.
In spite ol the cold weather the contractors ol the Kettle Valley Lino railway are making good headway wiih
lhe preliminary work on thc big
bridge across tre Kettle river at the
head or Fourth street.
It is today also announced that work
mi the passenger depot in the centre
of The city will be started in a row
days, and It Is fully expected thnt the
rails will be laid, lfi milea, to Lynch
creek early In January,
Alderman Robert (law has been
awarded the contract for the building of the big covered skntlng rink on
Spokane avenue, which Is being built
by the Athletic association. The rink
will ho 7Bxl7n feet and will cost when
completed approximately 12500.
RUSHING THE  WORK.
Power  Plant   (installation   Progressing
Rapidly as Possible.
A. Aberli, chief hydraulic engineer
of the Alils-Chalmers-Hullock company,
who has spent three days in Nelson
inspecting the work of the company's
staff on the Installation of hydraulic
machinery at the city power plant,
will leave tomorrow morning to resume
his trip to the coast to visit the branch
at Vancouver.
Mr. Aberli has arranged with the
city officials for the Installation of a
traveling crane to expedite the handling of the heavy machluery.
Seen this afternoon Mr. Aberli still
declined to give any assurance that
the plant will be in oiieration by December 21, but spoke very hopefully
of the prospect.
Mr. Aberli says that when It Is completed the plant is certain to be satisfactory in every respect. It is of
the same type as the big plant at Niagara Falls nnd all arrangements, as
to Intake and outlet, are excellent.
Fines Killed Him.
New York. Nov. 88.���Frederic*
l.iiwsenco l'oinern.v, assistant general
traffic manager of ibe New York Central & Hudson River Railroad company, and wllh which he was Jointly
Ihdloted and couvlcled lust month for
granting freight rebntoB to the sugar
trust, died rrom heart disease lust
nlghl at his homo iu Brooklyn. Mr.
I'limeroy was Bl years old and lei'l a
widow and one son. When the New
York Central on conviction was fined
J1S.0IMI on each ol' six counts, Mr. Pom*
eroy was fined $1000 on each count.
Sweet Marie Sale.
New York, ,N0V. 28,-Sweot Marie,
2b2 Sie world's champion trotting
nu'.,o, arrived from Albany yesterday
,-.���l was taken io Madison Square Garden She Is scheduled to be Bold tonight, when the largest crowd ever
seen at a sale Is expected to bo pres-
ent .._
Grand Trunk Treasurer Dead.
r..,   i.   minis    Nov   28.���James  h.
Mir^oKow^-nd num..lied
here last night, aged  il   .ua.s, nrtor
SITE   DETERMINED.
Old Courthouse Will    Be    Removed to
Front Street.
Tho old courthouse building will be
placed on Front street at tbe foot ot
Ward  street, as originally   planned.
The question was Investigated yesterday morning by the mayor and Alderman Irving. There were only two
sites considered possible, on Ward
and on Front street. 15. A. Crease <>r-
rered to sell the former ror $1200. It
was learned rrom 11. and M. itlrd, local C. I'. It. land agents, thnt the
Front Street site could also be purchased instead ol being teased.
They so reported to a special meeting
of the council yesterday afternoon at
I o'clock. The Front street site offers
far the belter view, Its choice will Involve fnr less InloiTorenee with wires
and with street ti-afric, and the fact
that. It mny lie bought removed Dr.
Rose's only objection, lt wns, llicre-
rore, unanimously chosen.
Bulgarian Outrage.
Belgrave, Servia. Nov. 28.���An official telegram received hero today
says that a band of Bulgarians lias
burned the two villages of Donzea and
Ilclynkovzor, In the villayet of Usktth,
killing 14 persons, mostly women, and
wounding mnny others.
Expert Drops Dead.
London, Nov. 28���While performing a delicate operation at Cheltenham last night, Dr. G. II. Ferguson, expert of the Hritish Medical association,
dropped dead.
A Rlrl's Idea of a delightful play
Is one that makes her cry���and order
a lobster after it's over.
ANIMIJRUELTY
Royal Commission Makes
Startling Discovery
EXPERTS' TESTIMONY
Brittsn Public Shocked by Sensational Evidence Against Practice of Vivisection.
London, Nov. 28.���The Royal Commission on Vlvlsecatlon is Betting with
closed doors. The fact has aroused
considerable comment, mostly unfavorable.
Several witnesses whose testimony
would be of the utmost value have
refused to attend and give evidence
because of the Iron-bound privacy of
the proceedings. The class uf evidence which will be discussed at this
private conference Is Intensely interesting to the British public it is
represented by this typical statement
trom the pen of Dr. Brachet, professor of physiology at Ihe Ecole de
Medicine, Paris:
"I Inspired a dog with the greatest
aversion for me," he says, "by plaguing
or inflicting some paia or other upon
It as often as I saw it. When this
feeling was carried to Its height, so
that the animal became furious as
soon as it saw or heard me, I put out
its eyes. I could then appear before
It without Its manifesting any aversion.
I spoke, and Immediately Its barkings
and furious movements proved the passion  which animated lt.
"I therefore destroyed the drum or
lis ears and df-orgnnlzed the Internal
ear as much ns I could, and when an
Intense inflamatlon which was excited had rendered lt deaf I filled
its ears with molten wax. it
could no longer hear at all. Then I
went to its side, spoke aloud, and even
caressed lt, without Its falling Into a
rage; it seemed even sensible of my
caresses." Dr. Brachet repeated the
same experiment on another dog, and
states that the result was always the
same.
An Incident which awakened the
heart even of a prominent vlvisectlon-
Ist is told by Dr. Latour, who was present at the time a dog was being mutilated by Dr. Majendie in order to
demonstrate a certain theory.
"The dog mutilated and bleeding,"*
says Dr. Latour, "twice escaped from
under the implacable knife, and
threw Its front paws around Majen-
die's neck, licking, as If to soften Its
murderer and ask for mercy. I confess." says Dr. Latour. "I was unable
to  bear that heart-rending spectacle."
A writer ln the Reveu Natlonale
himself relates how he laid severel
large dogs on a table and beat them
with a heavy wooden mallet, striking
animals 32 times on one side, and
again 32 times on the other, after
which he dislocated both shoulders
and fastened tho limbs behind the animals' backs.
He adds that he did this without anaesthetics, so that he might know
how much pain was inflicted from the
creature's cries, and also because, he
adds, we know the generous nature of
the dog, who will at night lick the
hand that In the morning had beon employed in striking him with a heavy
wooden mallet. s
Dr. Atllx, a well known French veterinary Burgeon, adds a grim touch to
this catalogue of horrora.
"I havo known," he says, "dogs die
of sheer terror In anticipation of their
doom before the vlvisector had time
to commence his operations."
These are the kind of fads which
the royal commission is now discussing behind closed doors.
Revolutionary Adjuncts.
Warsaw, Nov. 28.���In the cellars or
some houses facing the governor's palace, lho pollco today discovered two
revolutionary printing offices with the
usual twijuncls of revolvers and explosives. The occupantB of the buildings escaped.
Struck for Liberty.
Vladimir, Russia, Nov. 28.���Tho
prisoners confined here mutinied yesterday, and ns a result 35 are now at
liberty. Thoy seized nnd bound all the
officials, including tho governor, looted the prison and got away with a
quantity of nrms aud civilian clothing.
The Dally Crash.
Winona, Miss., Nov. 28.���One wi,man
was killed and 20 persons injured
seriously when a westlaiund passenger
train on the Southern railway ran Into nn open switch near bore lasl evo-
ning and collided head-on with a
freight train on a sidetrack. Tbe Injured are J. P. Banter, editor of the
Columbia Commercial, and W. J. Miller of Jackson, Miss., state treasurer.
OSLERIZE MINISTERS.
Clergyman Gives Good Advice but Will
Not Follow It.
Philadelphia, Nov. 28.���Clergymen
should be "Oslerlzed," In the opinion
of Rev. Luther DeYoe, pastor of the
German Lutheran church of German-
town. He expressed this opinion In
un address at the Philadelphia conference of Eastern Pennsylvania, held
during the past week ln Bethel chapel.
Philadelphia. Ills address rather
startled the ministers who heard lt,
but Mr. DeYoe did not mince matters
in giving his opinion.
"Most clergymen" he said, "get more
from their congregations than they
give in return. There Is entirely too
much cumplaint by ministers as to
what congregations do not do for them.
Clergymen who find their usefulness
impaired by age or loss of health;
that their church is losing memberB
aad not forging ahead as it should,
ought to get out of the ministry quietly and save thc members of their congregations from tho necessity, often
painful, of asking them to quit."
"In any walk of life," continued Mr.
DeYoe, "when a man has become unfilled to perrorm the duties assigned
to him, he Is let out, and a younger
and more progressive man is put tn
his place. So it should be ln the
church. Every young man knows what
to expect when he enters the ministry
and If he Is not prepared to make sacrifices to answer the call of God, he
Is not fitted to become a minister,'
IDENTIFY  LOST  STEAMER.
Passengers and Crew Perish in Fierce
Gale.
Wlarton, Ont., Nov. 28.���It Is now
believed that the coasting steamer J.
H. Jones, owned uy the Crawford Tug
company of this town, foundered off
Cape Crocker last Thursday and that
all hands, 12 men, perished. Part of
a cabin, lifeboat and two bodies were
found by Indians On the north shore
of Christian Island. In addition to a
crew of 12 the boat Is known to have
can-ted 13 passengers, as follows:
T. J. Donaldson, Owen' Sound; Alex
Lyons and mother; ��� Fox, George aid
Frank Felon, M. W. Vlatesson, Lewis
Allen. J. M. Wagg of Taberunway, D.
Mclver of Providence Bay and three
unknown men.
The crew consisted of Captain J. V*.
Crawford, Mate E. Leonard, W'telnian
W. Ross and George McEwan, Engineers Chas. W. Shaw and W. 3. Dile*
Firemen T. L. Simmonds and L Wack
it He; Deckhands James Tllley, George
Smith and Cooks Frank ,1a :kn i-i and
VV. Clark, who all belonged to Wlarton.
The steamer ran from Ovrei Sound
to Mantoulln Island ports aud was a
str. i:: -h vessel.
NOT REQUIRED HERE.
Chic.tsjo  Patrols    Will    Prevent Overcrowding Street Cars.
Chicago, Nov. 28���A record of 132
persons killed and 2271 injured on the
surface and elevated traction lines of
Chicago since June 1 last gave Impetus to tbe crusade against the overcrowding of cars which was begun by
the officials  of the city  yesterday.
The police, afoot and mounted, will
assume a measure of cuntrol over the
operation of traction lines. Granting
the expected "permission" from tho
time-operation council, the force will
undertake the task of preventing the
overcrowding of all Elevated railroad
trains and the blockading of surface
cars.
lt is planned to place uniformed policemen on every station of the loop.
Just how many passengers will be permitted on each car has not been decided, but the suggestion was made
that not more than one and one-half
times the seating capacity of each car
could be acceptable as safe.
The Daily Baze.
St. Louts. Mo., Nov. 28.���Four men
were burned to leath and probably 35
were injured ln a fire early today that
practically destroped the Rescue house
conducted by the Salvation Army at
the northwest corner of Nlnely-olghtb
and Market streets.
Long Aerial Journey.
Loudon, Nov. 28.���Two aeronauts,
Percy Spencer and Leslie Bnckall, who
started from a suburb of Lismlssn yea
terday ln a balloon, landed at Vevey-
on lake, Geneva, Switzerland, making
the Journey of 120 miles in IC hours.
Prices of Metals.
New York, Nov. 28.���Silver, 69 5-8c;
copper, 21 1-2c;  lead, $5.76.
I/mdon, Nov, 28.���Silver, 32 l-8d:
lead,  ��19 5s.
��� Carnegie Trust Company.
Pittsburg, Pa., Nov. 28.���It was announced Inst night that the organization of the Carnegie Trust company,
whicli is to be located In Now York,
had been completed. The board of directors Include  Charles    M.    Schwab,
former president of the United Steel
company. The capital and surplus ot
the company Is $1,600,000. Tho total
subscription for the stock offered was
more than  $5,000,000.
FIRE  IN BARRACKS.
Salvation  Army    Shelter    Gutted    by
Early Blaze.
St. Louis, Nov. 28.���Tho Lighthouse
hotel, a three-story structure at the
corner of Mark street, utilized us a Salvation Army barracks, was damaged
by fire early today, when probably 600
homeless men were lodged within IL
Six lost Iheir lives and probably ia
were injured, about half that number
being seriously hurt, some others not
b 'ing expected to live. Four were
burned to death and two died from Injuries received In jumping from the
upper windows. Six cases of those
who Jumped are lying unconscious at
the hospital and are not expected to
recover.
Two of the dead men were Identified. They were Oscar Davis, an old
soldier of Quincy, 111., who Jumped,
and died at the hospital, and George
D. Ross, who jumped, and died at the
hospital.
The fire broke out on the third
floor and swept through the building
rapidly. Men fought so wildly at the
windows to ss-ciii'i' the lifelines that
the ropes were lost. Many were caught
fn nets, but some who had jumped before the nets were stretched were
badly hurt. The cause of the fire has
not been ascertained.
Colored Department Store.
New York, Nov. 28.���The buildings
at the northeast corner of Eighth avenue and Forty-sixth street have been
bought by a corporation controlled by
negroes, which will open a department
store there for colored people. A
hanking Institution will be established
In connection with the enterprise.
With the exception of a store In Plain-
field, N. J., it Is said that this will be
the first project of its kind ever undertaken In the North.
Ready for the Call.
New York, Nov. 28.���Afler relating
some of his experiences to a class ln
St. Luke's Methodist Episcopal church,
Long Branch, N. J., in the course of
which he expressed himself as ready
to go when the Master called him,
Edmund West, an octogenarian, expired laat night just as he resumed his
seat. Members of the class gathered
around the prostrate form of the old
man and knelt ln prayer.
CABINET HAS RESIGNED
Internal    Discussions    Cause    Spanish
Ministry to  Reverse  Decision
of Yesterday.
Madrid, Nov. 28.���The caUnet has
resigned. The retiring cabinet was
formed by Field Marshal Topes Domiu-
gues July 4, 1906, succeeding the cabinet of Senor Moret y Pendergast. It
was announced from Madrid yesterday
that the cabinet had resolved that lt
was Its duty to remain in office until
lt was voted out.
The principal legislation to which
the cabinet was committed was the
law of association and the chamber ol
deputies yesterday, by a vote of 161
to 4 votes, decided to devote half the
session to the discussion of the law of
associations and the other half to the
budget. The Conservatives abstained
from voting.
King Alfonso on November 16 was
hastily called to Madrid from a hunting expedition and lt was announced
at the time It was believed that a
cabinet crisis was impending. It was
explained as owing to War Minister
de Luque resisting the pretences of
Generals Weyler and Polivleja to the
field mnrshalship made vacant by the
death of Count do Cheste. Weyler and
Polivleja, lt was added, based their
claims on their "victories in Cuba and
the Philippine islands."
Absolute Death Test.
Berlin. Nov. 28.���A German scientist
has discovered tho first absolute test
of death that has beeu known and the
adoption of which will make the horrors of premature burial a thing of the
past. The test consists In the Injection of fliiorescine���a coal tar and
and resorcln product���into the tissues
of the body, if any circulation exists,
the skin, the lips, and all the mucous
membranes turn a golden yellow, while
the eyes become a brilliant emerald
green, aud glisten like jewels. The Injection takes about thirty minutes to
act, and If death Is really present no
change of color takes place. It Is also
declared that In cases of simulated
death or trance the Injection acts as
a stimulant and restores the benumbed
faculties. Tbe substance does no harm
to life, and the color passes away ln
two hours.
Emptying the    sucking    bottle  has
filled many an untimely grave.
A man never knows what love is until he has smelled powder.
The rattle of dry bones Ib heard ln
the dice cup.
KILL ROCKEFELLER
Desperate Woman Rained
by Standard Oil
WANTED A COLD MILLION
Entered HilBonair.'s Office Demanding Money and Threatened
Rich Han's Uie.
New York, Nov. 28.���Charged with
threatening to kill Jottn D. ituctetellei
unless he paid her $1,000,000, Mrs.
ttose Dellna Beauvois Handflied. 4b
years old, was arrested today on a
warrant Issued by a police magistrate.
At the district attorney's office Mrs.
Handflied said her husband had been
in the oil business but that he hau
been ruined by the Standard Oil com
pany.
Mrs. Handflied Is charged with hav
ing made the demand on Hr. Rocae
feller's secretary last Friday. It" is
slated that she forced her way Into
his office on Broadway and declared
she wanted $1,000,000, and avowed if
she did not get lt forthwith she would
kill Mr. Rockefeller and burn down
the building where the companys of--'
flees were located. It Is charged that
she displayed a revolver.
Some one In tbe Standard Oil company's office made out a check for
$1,000,000 drawn to Mrs. Handflled's
order and payable at a trust company.
She accepted lt but waa followed to
the offloea of the trust company. Alfred M. Barrett, the cashier of the
trust company had been notified not
to pay the check, and when Mrs. Hand-
filed presented 'the check said that
the truBt company did not have that
amount of money handy at the time.
He asked her to return on Wednesday
and Bhe agreed to do so.
The district attorney's-, of flee was*
notified and a warrant for her arrest
was issued by a magistrate. Today
when she appeared at the Guardian
Trust company's offices she was taken before the dlatrlct attorney and
questioned.
Alfred H. Bennett, cashier of the
trust company, was present. The die
triet attorney would not permit Mrs.
Handflied to talk to anyone until after her examination had been com
pleted.
When arraigned tn Holly court Mrs.
Handflied said she had gone to Mr.
Rockefeller's office with the purpose
of saving his soul, or If he refused to
have his soul saved, to save it for
him by blood atonement. She said
she was a "saint of the sun, moon
and water," and that she controlled
them all. J
Herman Handflied, foreman of a
trunk factory, tbe woman's husband,
said his wife had been acting in a peculiar manner for some time. He declared that he had not been ruined by
the Standard Oil company nor had be
ever dealt In their securities. - Mrs.
Handflied was sent to. Bellevue hospital for examination as to ber mental
condition.
County Court.
Today's session of the county court
was taken up by argument ln the adjourned cases of McDanlel vs. C. P. R.
clalths for $315 damages for animala
killed by the company. S. S. Taylor,
K. C. and W. A. Macdonald, K. C- ap
peared for plaintiff and defendant, re
spectlvely. The railway company offered no evidence but denied liability
for unfenced tracks through wild land.
Glaser vs. French was decided yesterday afternoon by a judgment for
$32.   The claim, was for $60.
LOCAL AND  PROVINCIAL.
R. M. Macdonald left for Fernie this
morning to represent the crown in
Hex vs. Eckstein. L. P. Eckstein, bar
lister, is charged with interfering with
tlte course of justice in inducing the
removal of witnesses in a criminal
trial, and will be defended by W. A.
Macdonald, K. C, who will leave for
Fernie tomorrow morning.
After  being   sworn   in   most   officeholders are sworn at. ���'
A clock which is something of a curiosity ns being installed In front of
Nickerson & Howarth's jewelry store.
It was manufactured by Evans &
Co. of Birmingham, Eng. The dial la
3 feet in diameter. The pendulum
weighs 100 pounds, the weights 45
pounds, and are connected with the
works by a wire cable. Mr. Howarth
has had thc clock for six years and It
has never varied 10 minutes In a yeas
It ls expected to be running tomorrow
The city clerk Is engaged in oonW
piling the voters',list for the municipal
elections. The list will consist of all
householders wto took the statutory
declaration in October, and ail property owners on the city assessment
mils. Any property owners who are
not on the list have until 6 p. m. on
November 30 to apply. The court of
revision, consisting of Mayor Gillett
und Aldermen Home nnd Irving, will
sit on December 21 to hear appeals.
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Cool uights are now in ortler.     They will iuvite
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HUDSON'S UT BLANKETS
Wo have plenty of them in red und Muo.
3 1-2 Points, weighing about 10 pounds, $7,50 per pair
4 Points, weighing abou: 12 pounds,   -   8.50 per pair
Tho-ao blankets are Justly celebrated for thetr cxcellenco.  We alone carry
them in this city.
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NOVKMBER 2H* 190*6.
������* By one word we are sometimes judg-ud to be
wise and by one word sometimes judged to be
foolish. Let us therefore be careful what we
aay."���COKFUCius.
ON RETRENCHMENT.
There is a prevalent disposition during years of prosperity for the nation
to be indifferent to the details of public expenditure. Though the historic
parable of the lean years following the
fat ones repeats itself with the experience of every generation it Is only the
wise who foresee the necessity of providing in time of plenty for tlie years
of destitution.
Canada has reached a period of unexampled if not unanticipated prosperity, sharing In the wealth production
nnd distribution of the nations of the
world to on extent undreamed heretofore. Poverty and destitution are nol
so prevalent as to thrust themselves
upon public attention as they do in
many of the older nations cf the
world. A spirit of complacency possesses the people and there is a consequent Indifference to the administration of affairs in the Dominion
which is relieved and broken only by
the warning voice of a few who can
see what must he the end of the profligacy and prodigality of this Ottawa
administration.
Quite recently, however, thc country has been apprised of these things
by two gentlemen who could have no
other object in Speaking than to utter
a protest against the policy that is being pursued in the distribution of the
federal finances. The Toronto News
says of these two men:
"When Mr. J. Lorn Macdougall, the
former auditor general, retired from
the public service, he issued a statement to the people of Canada explaining that the public expenditure was
growing too rapidly, and that the auditor should have larger powers fn or-
der to curb undue extravagance.    Ue-
eently before) tlie Toronto Canadian
club Mr. J. M. Courtney, former deputy minister of finance, delivered a
.speech which might be called an echo
of Mr. Macdougall's warning. He said
that in these days of prosper!ty the
country should prepare for adversity,
thut every effort should be made to
save aud that out of the present abundance the nation might redeem Us indebtedness or reduce Its taxation or
pay for its public works out of consolidated account. He attributed the extravagant expenditure to the demand
for public buildings, and neatly called
promises of such buildings at election
times 'materialistic arguments.'
"When the two men who have
handled the finances of the country
for 20 years aud more concur in warning us that our expenditures are unwise and improvident it is time for
the government to give heed to its going. Neither Mr. Macdougall nor Mr.
Courtney cau be accused of talking for
political purposes, and for lhat reason
the country is very likely to believe
what they say. We have no wish to
advocate a policy of penny-pinching,
but we are convinced, with Mr. Courtney, that too much money is being expended without adequate return and
ii is becoming a practice as common
jib it is venal for candidates to pay
thoir constituencies for electing them
by securing wharfs or postoffices or
other public works. It is a practice
thoroughly despicable and much too
expensive. Mr. Fielding would not Injure himself nor his government by
drawing the purse strings  tighter."
Tlie subject is of pecnlflir interest
to iho people of British Columbia i"
view of the heavy expenditures that
will have to be undertaken in the near
future in administering the affairs of
the vast territory that is to be opened
Up with the advent of the Grand
Trunk Pacific railway in the northern
sections of the  province.
it is obvious thnt the Dominion government is sectional in its administration of its affairs: Numerically the
province of British Columbia is weak
and Its representation in the bouse ot
commons is uninl'luential because of
lack of numbers. We must take what
Is given, and though we may smart
under the injustice there ls apparently no recourse.
If Mr. Courtney and Mr. Macdougall are right there can bo no doubt
that the funds of the Dominion are
being used to secure party advantage
and indirectly buy votes in constituencies where the majority is doubtful
and where the people have been
taught to expect government favors
as the price of their votes.
The system haB probably grown  up
gradually, but it is none the less a
baneful and corrupt one, and like all
such systems, it leads and has led to
the use of specious promises and flattering pledges being made at election
times such as the advocacy of wharves,
bridges, docks .canals and such things
us mean the expenditure of public
money within well defined limits. Recently in East Elgin the people wero
brazenly told that the defeat of the
Laurler candidate would mean that
the people did not want a projected
railway, aud in Norlh Uruce it was artfully represented that the return of
the Laurier candldute would be accepted as an endorsement by the voters of that constituency of the proposal to construct certain public works
in that riding.
It has been proved again und again
that much of this sort of expenditure
is not really iu the public interest, aud
it ls un accepted tact that frequently
ll takes brains and genius to discover
what lo do for u community in the
way of public expenditure lhat will uot
appear too scandalous uud stand out
too  brazenly as a bid for suffrages.
When statements like these are
made upon llie public platform by
members of the opposition trey are regarded by a B-SOtion of the community
as so much campaign spell-binding,
When they appear in the press they
are so much carping criticism and ure
considered sufficiently answered when
they are so designated. There are nol
wanting those who see these Ihltigs iu
a different light, and among them are
lhe trained financiers wrose opinions
we quote.
The financiers advocate retrenchment lu our opinion what is needed
is not so much a policy of retrench
ment as a wiser and more businesslike distribution of public moneys. Instead of using the public funds for
the purchase of constituencies they
should be used in necessary development of the resources of the newer
provinces und the assistance of the
Struggling industries of the younger
children of the federal family.
It is by this means thai safe provision can be made against the years ot
famine that so Often follow the years
of plenty. When business stagnates,
wharves that were mere time-servers
cease to be even thai and public works
when placed simply lor campaign purposes stand as monuments, of the folly
ot statesmen, but when the country's
resources are developed lhe stream oi
prosperity is broadened and deepened,
its sources are multiplied and its tributaries swell  the flowing river.
It is to be hoped that Canada Will
not require to be brought to her knees
aud eat the bread of sorrow in order
to discover with sufficient emphasis
how her wealth is being misappropriated and how the provinces that will
most amply repay present help aud
investment are being neglected lhal
a few favored localities or doubtful
constituencies may be saved aud secured to the party in power..
SQUAHK ISSUE.
While those who heard Mr. Kufus
M. Pope on Monday night will agree
with most of his scathing denunciations of the mismanagement of public affairs by the Dominion government, we think that one paragraph of
his address will appeal to all right
thinking people as hitting the nail on
the head and containing sound advice.
Il was that passage iu which he spoke
of better terms for this province as a
square issue and in which he intimated that our position at the door of the
federal treasury Is not a doubtful one.
Howeveir righteous/ und liberal may
have been the terms under which British Columbia had entered confederation, and no matter how faithfully
these terms had been complied with
by the administration, the province
has reached a period in her history
when those terms ought to be reviewed and revised,
No generation can make laws or arrangements which should be binding
for all time, and the resources and development of the West have reached
a stage when the original provision
can be shown to be miserably Inadequate. Mr. Pope urged, therefore, and
wisely, we think,, that we stand as a
province squarely upon that issue.
The question is simply one of right.
If we have no rights we should lake
out situation philosophically and make
the best of It, but if we have rights,
as is universally agreed, It is only
sensible to stand together and accept
no compromise. Those who have studied the question and are familiar with
the situation will be inclined to approve this stand. It is British Columbia for her rights���we want no more
and will accept no less. Those who
advocate back-door methods and
"some other way" are endangering
tho future of our country.
EDITORIAL   COMMENT.
The announcement    in    The    Dally
Canadian yeBterday that the strike of I
the coal miners   at   Lethbrldge   haa |
been practically settled by W. L.
Mackenzie King wus only another Indication that it Is pussible to settle
matters In dispute between conflicting
Interests when there is some disposition on tbe part of both sides lo deal
fairly with eacli other. The adjustment of tho difficulty at Qreenwood
as well as that Grand -J-Anks, between
the smeller employees 'and Iheir mas
ters, makes the final stage In the local
labor differences for the present. The
whole country will now-enier upon uu-
other era of progress and prosperity
and a general feeling of relief and
gratitude win be experienced.
Supposing the city can move the
Courthouse to its new site for ?i>uu,
and tbe lowest tender for thut work
was $.25. while the highest wns $180,
there ought to be easy money in tho
contracting business. It is generally
conceded tlutt contractors get moro
work from their meu than is obtained
by day labor, so the margin is very
wide. If thc estimates work out tlie
city fathers did a wise Imng in ordering the work done by day labor. Ir
the margin between the estimates is
anywhere nearly correct the contract'
OTS must be feeling sore.
IAND NOTICES.
Notice is liereby Riven HihI lixty 'lays after
date I Intend to make application t<> tha Honor*
able GhJel Commissioner ol Landa and Worka at
Victoria, B. C, for permission to purchase the lollowlng described landl, Iltuate in Kire VHlley.
Went Kooteuay district: Commencing ut a post
planted nt the southwest corner nf ,1'rBiniH Bob-
111-1,11'- pre-, nipt ion, tun rked R, I. K'sH. K. corner
pox', tbenco to chains wesi, tlience 4(1 obalm
nortb, tbenoe 40 eliains eaat lo .in:-.iiu a Robinson *i
northwest corner, tbence soutb 10cbalni to pla- *���
of commencement, containing 160 RQfOl, more or
leu.
Dated this _3rd day of Nov., 1900.
it, I, Kirkwouu.
m.uv iinys afterdate I Intend to apply to the
Hon. Uhlu Commissioner of Lands and Works.
Victoria, to purchase 120 acres Ot land located
on tlie WOlt line Of Arrow lake and lying directly
north of Lol W6l Commencing at a pott plantcil
at th�� N- K. corner of Lot 7! .ii and marked -tilt
S. E corner," and running north 30 ehalns,
thence weit -''' chains, tlience north ~. chums,
tbenceWfilt 20 chnins, tbeuce nouth An cbalm,
tbence east 40 chaini, to place of beginning.
NOV. Mih- 1906. h-HTJIA   llKADLKY,
j. k. ahnablSj Agent.
Sixty daya nfter date I intend to npplv to tho
Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands nnd Work**-,
Victoria, to purchase I ft) acres' ol land located in
Fire Valley, being part of Mictions Three and
Four, Township nt, and deeerlbed as follows:
Com mencing at n post planted at William
Williams' N. W\ corner, an-i marked "tt. K. Ws
N. E. corner," untl running 40 chains west,
thence 20 chains south, thence 20 chains ca*.,
thence 40 chaius south, theuee 80 Obaina eait,
tbenoe DO ohalna north to place of beginning.
NovemberS8r_i 19.6. Koss e Williams,
J. E. Annaiii.e, Agent,
tiO day. after dale 1 intend to applv to the Hon.
Chief Commissioner oCLaoda and works to purohaae 030 aorei of and located ln Fire Valley being part of Sections!) and io Townabip 69, and
��� I- -,'[ ii"-'l h- follows: Commeueiiig at a post
marked F. W. J. 8. K. corner nnd planted at the
northwest corner of Win. 4Villi.mi--' pmchase:
theuce west 10 chains; theuce nortii mi chaius;
tbeuce cast Unchains; ihence soutli 80 chains to
place oi beginning.
November 28rd 1900,
K. Vi. JOBDAH,
J. K. AHNABLB, Agent.
60 daya afterdate I inlcnd lo npplv to the Hon
Chief Commissioner of Lands ami Works, Victoria, to purchase 240 acres of land located in
Fire Valley and being a portion of tedious lfi
and 18 in IwniblpOO and described as follows:
Commencing at a pnst planted at the southwesi
comer of the southeast quartet of section 18
Township 69 and marked J. 0. S. E. comer,
thenee north 10 chains; thence wot 60 chains;
thence south 40 chains; thence eaal t'-tJ eliains to
placoof beginning-
November 88rd 1906.
Josei-h GtBBOK-
J. E. Annahlk, Agent.
Notice is bereby given thnt fiO davs alter dnte 1
inteml to apply to tbe Honorable lhe ''hief Commissioner of Lauds and Works, Victoria, B.C.,
lor permission to purchase the following described land, situated In the West Kootenay district,
on tbe went Hid. of l ubamel (or Six Mile) ereek,
ou tinner side of wsgon road, about 'J1^ miles
fro it West Arm of Kootenay lake: Commencing
al a post marked Mrs. Ifattle Duck's N K corner, running 40 chains west; thenee JO chains
soutb; thence 40 chains east; theuce 'M chaius
north, to the point of eommeneement, containing to acres of land, more or less.
Dated tho 17th November 1606.
Mrs Hattik Dm k,
John k. Taylor, Agent
Hlxty days after date I Intend to npply to thc
Honorable tbe Chief Commissioner of Landsand
Works, Victoria, to pureliase 200 acres of land
located and descrlbeil as follows: Commencing
at a post planted at thi southwest corner of J.
Kidiinsou's pre-emption ln Fire Valley, and about
Ave miles from Kdward Landing, west side of
Arrow lake, and mi iked F. O's N. E, < orner and
running west 00 chain I, thence south 90 chains,
thencecast .**��������� chaius, thence soutb 20 chains,
tlience east 40 chains, thence north 40 chains to
place of beginning.
Nov   18th, 1906. Frank Oranok,
J   E. Annaiii.e, Agent
Notice is hereby given thnt fin days afler dute I
intend toappiy to Die Honorable tne oblel Commlaaioner of Lands and Works for permission to
purchase the following described lands situate
about 10 miles east of tbe City ol Nelson, on the
south shore of the West Arm of Kooteuay hike,
and comment-ng at a post Mn ��� i about -jo ehnins
smith Ol thc southeast corner of Lot9649, marked
"H Tliomas''N. W corner," thence south '20
chains, thence cast 20 chains, tbence north '20
chains, thence west 20 chains to polul of con
meneement.
Dated Ibis 6th day of Nov., 1906.     H. Thomas.
Notice is hereby given that 60 days alter date I
intend toapply to the Honorable tlie Chief Commissioner oi Lauds and Worki for p'*rmlss|ou
to purchase 280 acres of land, situate on lhe Little
Moyle river nbout 1 mile from Inter national
Boundary and shout I mile from Hp���kam> inter
national Ky.: Commencing at a post marked
D. Grant's H. E. comer post, thence west 40
chains; thenre north lo chains; llienee east '2h
chains; tbence north'JD chains; thenee enst fiO
chains; thence south 60 chnins to place of com-
meneement, containing 280 acres of laud.
LfOOStOd Oct. 30th 1908.
Daniki. (Jha.nt.
Notlco ll hereby given tbat CO dayi afler dale 1
intend to apply to the Honorable Oblel Commissioner ol Lands and Worki for permission to
& urchasc Hie following described Isjids, in West
ootonay: Commenolng at a post planted at
the northeast corner of i Ot wfl.. u, 1., marked F.
Fletcher'a northwest corner, ihcnce south HO
chains; thence east 10 chains, more or less. Io
the western boundary of Lot XW, 0,1,| thence
north 80 chainH to Kootenay liver; Ihenoe west
following (aid rifer to point of commencement,
containing 80 acres more or less,
26th October, 1906.
Frank fi-ktchkr,
Notice is herehy given that sixty days alter dale
I Intend to apply to the Hon. Chief Commissioner
of Lands and Works for permission to purehaae
the following described lnnds In tbc Wesl
Koolenay district: Beginning nt n poll marked
"J, H. BbntneO-6. VV. corner," and planted about
one-half mile east of the shore of Whatshan
(Cariboo) Inke and about 2 miles norlh of the
narrows of tho snid hike, nnd at the B, K corner
of) Arthur Warren's application to purehase;
thencecast 80 chains; thence north K0 chain-;
thenre wesl HO chains to tbe northeast corner of
Arthur Warren .application to purchase; tbence
south 80 chains to point 0/commencement, eon-
taiulug (iin acres, more or less.
Oct. 13th, 1906. J. 8. HllftNBO,
F, L. Hamhono, Agent.
Notice is hereby given tbal 60 davs aftei dale I
intend to make application to the Honorable the
Chief Commiasioner of Undsaiul Worka f��r permission  to purebaae the following deacrlbed
lamls:   I'oiniiieneitig at a post place!  adjoining
ihe loutbweit corner post of Leon Watson'! Application io Purchase, ninning -so chalm uorih;
Ihenee 40 Cbalm Welti tbenee HO chains iouthl
Ihenee III Cbalm cast, to polnl of commencement, containing 810 acres more or lc-.
Dated Ootober IS, (000.
Hens WlNTBH,
Hy his ageut, Ernebt, w. RoBixaoN
Notice ls herebv givcll lhal 60 ilavs aller 'late I
Intend lo applv io lhe Hon. the Chief Commit-
iloner of Lund; and Worka foi permlaalon to pureliase ihe following deaerlbod lands in  Weat
Kootenav district: beginning at a post marked
"Otto Hlrseh's N W eoruer" and planted on
tio* woil shore oi Wauhan (Cariboo) lako, about
one-fourth mile weil ofthe narrowi oi what��hnu
hike; tbence south Hn ehains; tbenee east to
chains more or less to the shore of the Narrows;
tlu-nce following the iald shore in a genera]
northerly and WOlterlrdirection uo chains more
or less, to tbe polut of COinmencomont, contain
Ing Bin iicies mora nr leu
Maled this hth day of Oct . 1900
"no mi km ii,
F   I-   'Iamm,,sii, Agent.
Notice la bereby given thatalx.y dayi afterdate
I intend tonpply to theHon. chief Commlulonei
of Landi and works for permlnion to nurehaae
the tollowlng deicrlbed landa In Weal Kooteuay
disiriei: beginning at I poal maiked '<�� h
Abb-n's s H. corner." ami plumed on the east
shore of   Whatshan  (Card I  bike,   about ono
mile north of tbo wuthern ond ol the lake;
thence north ni chains; tbenei weal in chaiua,
more or  less,  to the shore ol  Whatshan lake;
tbence following snid abore luagenoralaouta-
erly and easterly direction loo eliains  more Or
less, to the point of oommencement, containing
830 acrea, more or less.
Hated this Hth dayol (let , 19G6.
i;   K    Al.l-KN.
f l Uavkonp, Agenl
Notice  is herehv  giv.n   Ihnt  sixty -lays after
date I intend toapply tothe Hon- Chief Comml*
iloner of Lauds ami Worka lor permlaalon to purchase the following deacrlbed lauds in tbe West
Kooteuny district:    Kcgitining at a poal marked
"Bertha Hirsch's N  ET corner," and i-ianied on
the easl shore of Wbatlbat] (Cariboo) lake, nt tbo
narrows of the Lake, and about one mtle aoutb o|
Arrow hike trail; thence aouth B0ebalna; thenee
west ho chains more or les.- to the shore of the
narrows; tbence following tbe laid shore lu a
general northerly ami eaaterly direction iw
chilni more or less to the point ol commence'
ment, containing 840aorea more or less
Dated this Hth dav of ocl , 1000
JtKHTII A   UlRSCII1
K. L. Hammomi. Ageni.
SiXtl   davs after date I lulend tonpply to tbc
lion. Chief Commluloner ol Unds and Worki,
Victoria, to pnrehaae 160 acrei of land, located on
the WOlt lide of Arrow lake, about live miles below Hurton i'My. ami descrlbeil as follows; t'otn
mencing at a \tf-t murked "F.c. B'lioutheaat
comer." and being IO chains easl of lhe northwst
corner of Lot '.T19; tbence north 10Cbaina; theuee
weat -to chains; Ihence south in chains; thence
cast -io chains to the pinn- of beginning-
November llth, PJOti. K. O. BKllt,
!>er J. K. A.KKABU..
Blxty dayaafterdate I purpoae making application to the Chief Commlaaioner id Undi and
Works for permlaalon to pnrehaae ihe foil.-Ming"
described land:   Commeneing at a post marked
"K.F'sS k corner." and iltuate abont one mile
from Silvir Tip Point, on Whatshan lake, and
near Chfilth) creek, running tbence Ni chains
north;   lbence H" riiniiia wesl;  tbence ho ehnllis
soutli, following the lake ihore; thonoe 80 chaini
eaal to the point of commencement, containing
640 acea mure, "r leaa.
Hated the 1Kb dny of August. l'JOti.
K   PauQUIIB,
I'-r V. <>   I .uyriKR, Agent
Notice is hereby given that 80 dan after date
I Intend toapply to the Honorable tbe Chief
Commissioner of  Lands are! Works for permis
stun lo purchase the following deaeribed lands;
Commencing at a poat planted on the Hurt heard
corner of Peter McNnughlon's application to
purchase, running ho chalm west along lhe
northern   boundary of sulne;  theuce ni chains
north; thenoe80 chains eait; tbence 80 ebalni
south, along the west boundarv "f John BUlott'l
application fo purohaae, t" point of commence*
ment. oontainlng 840 neres, more ��>r less.
Dnted Oct ia, l!M. Thomas BM1TH-
Hy his agent. Kruno*;. Vi. Kokinion.
Notice is beitby given lhat B0dayi after date I
intend to apply to the Honorable the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works, at Victoria, H, C.
for permission to purchase the following d-fl-
���crlbed lauds, situated iu the West Kootenay
district, south of Fortv Nine ereek, commencing
nt a post marked "L, ii Choquette'iN.W. oorner." thenee 40 chains east, thence 10 chains
BOUtbi thenoe*0 Ohalni west, tbence 40 chains
north to thi* commencement post, containing loo
acres, moreor less.
Nelson, B.C, Uct. 10th, 1908.
L. II. ChoijItkttK,
  Vi. A Jones, Agent.
Sixty days afler date I purpose inn king application to the Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands
and World for permission to purchaie the following deurlbed land:   Commeneing at a post
placed at the soiilh wesi corner of R.W. Manning-
ton's application to purchase, marked *'L. M. R.
H's H- fc- comer post," running thenee 80 chains
west; thence 80 chnins south; tbence KO chains
easi; thence HO chains north to point of commencement, containing filO acres, more oriels.
Dated the luth day of Oetober, PJOfi.
L. M. S. HASM.V0T015,
iht K. Sm km.. Agent.
ifiiSlSffiCSSajSI;
and Works for permission to purchase tbe following deaeribed land: Commeneing at a posl
place-Ton the north boundary ql lot No. 084 and
about two chains cast of Whal-dnm creek, marked "M. B'l. 8. \\. comer," running th.-nce 40
chains enst; thence-10 chains north; thence 40
chnins west; tbence 40 chains south, tn point of
commencement, containing 1*80 acres   more or
Dated the loth day of October, 19Wi.
Per R.flBlttt, Agent.'
NotlOO ll hereby given thai lixty days after date
I intend to npplv to the Hon. Chief commission
erof l.Htuls ami Works for permission to pur
chase the following deurlbed landi, 160 aorea,
Commenolng at a post marked John Toye, plantcil mh ibe cast shore of Lower Arrow lake, about
one mile north of Sunshine creek, thenct forty
chains east, Ihcnce forly chalus south, tbence
forty cbains weat, thence forty chalna north
along lake shore to poim of commencement.
Dated this lath day of September, 1906,
John Toys-
MAitftY QinoN- Agent.
Notice Is hereby given that fit) days alter dale i
intend to apply U) the Honorable Inn Cnfcf Commissioner of Lands and Works for nermlsalon to
purchnse tbc followlug described   lands:   Com-
mincing at a poil placed 20 obaina weat of tbo
southeast enmer of Lot 1843, marked "K. A. Hell's
nortii west corner," lbence south ito chnins,
tbence ensl '-JO ihains, thenee norlh 'JI chains,
tbelief west fOchnii.s to point of commencement,
containing 10 aerea, moreor less
LOOatOd thllBth dny of Nov , PJOfi.    It. A.IlRl.L.
���Slxtv dnvs after date I purpose making application" rn the Hon. chief commissioner of Cauda
nod Works for permission to purchase ihe following described land! Commeneing at a post
placed at Uo* north cast corner of B.C Bkinner'a
ntio
..  , diase, marked "H. D's N. W
it," theuce following the Ball bound-
ay oi same-so chains souih; llienee mulling ho
chains east; ihcnce Mi chains north) thenee H>)
chains wesi to point Oj commencement, containing 640 aorea more or lest.
Dated the loth day of October, 1808.
H, DODD,
Per 11. Buhl, Agent.
fio days afterdate I Intend to apply to the Honorable thi! Chief Commissioner of Lands nnd
Works, Victoria. It C , to purchase 640 acres of
land situate west of Arrow lake on ihe west a I do
of Whalcbnu creek und joining the nm th boundary of H. J. Annahie application to purchase.
Commencing at a post marked ft. J. K. H. I. corner ainl running wes' -v ilium* ; thence north 80
chains;  theuce eail 00Ohalni)  ihence aouth to
point of commencement.
Hcptemhur 2nd lUOfi. it, J. Elliot.
Notice Is hereby given that fiO daya after dale, I
Intend lo npnly to the Hon. Chief Commissioner
of Lnri'ls nnd Works for permission to purchnse
ino following deeerlbed lands in the West Root-
ennv District; Hcgtiiiifngnt n post marked "W.
H. Klvldgc's S W comer," nnd planted about
one-quarter mile west of the west shore of Whatshan (Cariboo) lake, nnd about one nnd one-
quarter miles norlh nf the southern cud of thc
lake; thence north 80 chains; theme cast 40
chnins more or less to tbc shore of the Whntshan
hike; thence following said Ihore ln 11 general
southerly nnd wcsterlydlrectlon llsielinins more
or less to 11 point on thf shore due enst of ihe
post of commencement; tnence west '2n 1 'halm
more or less to tho point of commencement, containing -120 acres moreor less.
Dated IhlaOth day of Oct., I'JOO.
__,  _,   , W.S.ELVIDOI,     1
F. L. IUhhonu, Agent I
FRED IRVINE&Co.}
New Styles in Long Coats for Ladies    ���
I
The Latest New York Shapes. Best
finish, in light tweeds and plain cloths.
Prices from $10 to $25 each
man-tailored
IFREDIRVINE&GJ
Snow ig Here
a\Bf A Speed_7si.d or Cotter
Wt* Muvti Tlit; 111 (it All PHcttM.
Standard Furniture Company
AGBNT8I - I   .     T�� ��� *
lomplete House Furnishers
Undertakers,    Embalmers
0 A Klseh  I'lillios.
Minor Miittre--.es
��� Wernicke hook Cajoa-
Nollce Is herehy given Hint sixty ilnys after
itnte I Inteml lo ���_*.-������:���> in the Hon rhief CoinmU-
1 t of Landa nm. Work*- h>r permlnion to
pureliuse the following __ecf.Ded IhixIs, In
Weat Kooteuny Dlatrlct: Commencing nt nn Initial poat plan'ie 1 Ht the IOUtheaat eorner of Mc-
L'oy'a pre-emption, tlienco ���JochHin* west 10 east
bonndary of hot 0199: theme following suhl
.M-iiinUr) south toaontneut eorner of sul.l lot;
thence 10 chains weat; tbenco B0 obaina sonth)
thenco 'to ehnins cast;  thence Ji ehnins nnrth to
Miutbw-fat eoruer of Lol 332] tbenee fdUowIng
weal boundarv of Lot EQ t" initial poat,
Doptembei h, 19c.. D, D. Wourr,
per BftKlH Vi. KoiiiNaoN.
Kotlce Ii herehv given UiatttiUra alter date, 1
Intend tn eppli tn ihe Bon. chief Doumianonu
oi Landa antl worka for permission m pnrobaae
tlie full-.*--*ing deacrlbed landl, ittnate on the
-*:_.���*���.t  shore of Lower   Uke,   aholit   one   aiol one
half   mile   Smith   of   K.'lge. 1.   H  c. hii-1  a.l
joining J.'1. Mesltle's nj>|>llentloll to purchase,
met commeneing at 11 post markeii houahl Wil
son-.South West eorner, Ihenee ninning North
Blftj chains, thence Kasl lortj ehalns. thence
Souih, sixty chains, thence West fort) chains to
place of commencement- ami oonwntng 201
acres more or less.
DOKAIB WnjtoK.
M. It. Miijt'AitHii, Agent.
Dated this 36th .lay of September, I9ufi.
Notice is herehy given lhal two mouths nfler
date I Intend to apply to the Uonorahle K'.hivt
Commlieloner nf Landa ami Works for permis-
sion  to  purchase M0 neres of liuol, described as
followa: Commenelni at a poel planted al the
soiilhwcst  of   l.i.    MorrNon's   ran  h   111   Kire
Valley. West Koolanay dlatrlet marked "J. a.
Mtilln '�� northeait corner post"; ihence MchaltU
rest; tbenee 80cbalni south; tbenee80ebalns
cast; thence ** chains norlh to the place of eommeucement
Dated Hth ''ay of September, 1806,
J. It. Mi Naos,
w. a. camikk, AgenL
Notice is herehy given thnt fiO -lays after date I
Inteml tn apnlv to the Hon. Chief Commissioner
of Laii'ls aiol Works for permission to purchase
the following described laml", situate In West
Kootenay district:    Mcginning st n pool marked
"Arthur Warren's 8 W. corner," ana planted on
the east .tore or Y. haNhaii (t'nril-oo) lake, nhout
two mile- north of the narrows of Whatshnu
Inke, aud nl the ���*��� K inrmrofW BooOmbe's application to purchnse; thenei* ea.-l l'l chains;
ihence north wi chslns; thence west 40 chains;
tlience south tto chains to point of commence-
mtalnlns ItiO acres moreor lean
' '   ' "h day of Oct. 1SW6.
Artiu'R Wakmkn,
Y. I, Hammond, Agent.
lent;
I'ated thi
Sixty days after date I pin pose making application to the Uon. Chief f-omml'-.loncr of Lands
ami Worki for permission to tmrchnse the following deserlhed laud: Commencing at a post
placed nl the northwest corner of II Dodd's application lo purchase, marked 'R W. H'sH. W.
corner post." running thence HO ihains north;
thenee HU chains east; theuce Hn ehalns south;
thence Ho chains west to point of commencement, eontaliilng *-m acres, mnre or less.
Hated this Kith day of Oetober, V.*0,
It Vi. Hanninutos,
ja-r It. SiiiKi.L. Agent.
Notice la herehy given ihat sixty days alter
date I Intend to apply to the Hnimratde lhe
Chief Commissioner of Unds and Works, for
permission Ul purchase the follow fug deserlhed
lands lu the West Kootenay district: Beginning
at a post marked "James'i Kraser'H N.K. corner,
nml n anted on the east shnre of Whatshan
(Cnrlhoo) lake, nhout one-half mile north of
Christie creek; thence souih *ichains, more or
less, to the norlh boundary of W.Secombe's application to purchnse; theme west along the said
boundary -10 chains, more or less, to lhe shore of
the Inke; theuce following the SHld shoic In a
general northerly nud eiislerty direction Hii
ehnins, more or less, to point of coniiiiciicein-.nl,
containing i'*" acres, more or lens.
Oct 13th, 1908, jamkkO. E-rjUHX,
I". Di Hammond. Agent.
Notice Is hereby given that sixty days after
the dnte I intend to apply to the Hon. thc Chief
Commissioner Of UUlds and Works for permission topurchHsc the lollowlng dencrih-cd land
In thc West Kooteuay district: ItcglnnUig ata
post marked 'K. H, Keil's N.K. corner," snd
planted on the shoreof Whntidinu (Cariboo) lake,
at lhe northwest corner of snld lake; Ihence Ko
chains wesl; ihence |u chains south; thenee 40
chains cast: tbenee lOehnlus south; thence eas-
Ol chains, moreor less to the ��horc of the said
lake; thenee northerly along lhe said lake shore
80 chains, more or lens, to th,' point of tomincii-
ttmmmnt  "oiitaniiiig 4w acres, more or less.
"��� K. K. Kan.,
Notice Is hereby giv-n tbat��deflate.4*9
l.ls.111.-.   ,.llll,.-w,.Msl,.,,..,,|Uil,,,.]    ���;r; "J
Uk_.nl....,! O.r.-L- mil;, ���,,���i, ���, i,"   "M
rpWl.flll.Mli) Ink,,  n, Ms.mi,   |,,'|K'!*_
I alsl   l.ks- ���,������ 5  s.    1,' ��� "XL*
1-s.s.l  III ,-h.,ltl .  in.,n-���r I...   1,    1" i.,'.1^
Mini.-.- l,.|l���.l���K ,i, ���i .,,.,���.",;���'*3
-.u.l w.-.t.-Hy -Unction us ,i,������,,,;���"'!_
In imlutisl.nmmeii,'<'iiii-i,t, .iiiiiii<;i���_3
in.in- sir MM. *      *%
0tl*13' **"������     .....     O.V.HuMmf
 "7 '��� U IIAMH0M1. Af-fHil.      _
KoUpe U hereby giren thai so dayi ���iierdiHl
Intend lo apply fo the lion tbeChkltSfil
sioner of Unds and  Work- |,,r 1-^1^"
purohsse the bUDwlns .t.**.. <u���,{ iMlAt_:_l
West   Koot.-nay   district:   It. guniinr M, m
marked (J n. Bell and it. BolPaa k curu-HiSl
about 8 miles cast of thc Bel 11 rlvi-rainliQ'
', mile from the I'end d'Oreille riier; tin-rwi,
chains north; thenc 40chsini ireat; ihttnl
chains south; thence 40 cbalni �����.[ l0 ���uee tf.
bct'innl g.
hated the 22nd day of Beptl ml.er, 1M6.
'..PBBl
8 Itiu.
B. M- RlITSi, Agi-nl
Hated Oct. 12, IWsT.
K. L Hammond, Agent.
Notice la herc*l>v given Hint OOdfrTS after dale 1
Intend to apnlv to thc Hon cpief Commissiotu-r
..f l,aiid-*Hiid Wnrkn for permission lo purchase
thc following described lands situated in thc
West Kooteuay dlsirlct: Id \ Inning at n post
marked "William Keil's N. W. corner," mid
planted nhout one mile south of lhe norlh cud
of Whalshan (Cnrlhooj Inkcnhout twenty ehnins
wcsl of lhe Woat ihore Ol said lake nud on the
south boundary of K It. Kelt's application to
purchnse; tbence eolith Wi chains; thence east 90
chains, more or less, to thi- snid lake shore;
Ihcnce northeily along the said shore HO chain*,
more or lew, to the said soltlh hoiiuiliirv <d
K It. Keil's application lo pun-hiiM-; thence west
'4! chains, more or lesi to the point of commence*
ment, containing 100 acres, more or less.
Hilled Oct, 12, IIMI. Wll.UAM KKII.,
Ity F. I, Hammond, Agent.
Nolh-e Is herebv given that 00 davs after date 1
inlcnd loapply lo the Hon. ihe Chief Cotnnila-
sioner of Lands ami Works for permission to purchase lln' following descrllH'd lands iu West
Kooteuay dlstricl, province of llrltlsh Columbia;
Commeuelng at a post marked "William Tollfug-
lou's liorlhwest corner post," said post being
nlanted at lhe southwest corner of lhe "Queen
Mm.-nil Claim," nnd adjoining the cast lino nf
WcI'liall's preemption, tlience south twenty (_0j
chains along said line, ihence ensl forty (40)
ehalns, ihence north twenty (JO) chains, tnence
weat forty (-toj chftlnsmore ur less, to the place of
commencement.
Hated lat 'lay of August. I!KM.
Wll.UAM  TriM.INOTOff,
Ity hla ageut J. K. Taylor-       \
Sixty days after date I purpose making infl.
cation to the Honorable the ��� i.ieji iiL-imwioiei
of Lands ami ttorka for permlasloa to puffiiaa
the following deeerlbed uml Ciiiiuii.neiingi
a poet mark-tni ��D, P*s 8. Vi oorner,"ii*jBB
K. Kauqufur'M application lo : ��������� liUH-.rlaata'
thence80obsioa north; ihence ��i rluioi tec1
thence HOchalna south; tbeore *i 'Iiiidi nj
to ihe point of oommeneement,oostalstan
acres, more or Jess. ^���
Dated the Uth day <>( \ ��� ,-    ���    -���.
h. rim ]
I'er t. ii. Kiiytira. ApnL
hlxty dayi after date I Intend to -.;; ? lolbl
Honorable the Chief Commlsalooei ol Uodiilll
Wo'bs for permission  to purchase tlitfuilfiftn
��� I-**-* 'ii--, 1 landi in Kootenai disiriei. <'*]
mencing at a post marked J, B, ,���;�����'���'. -r, I
east corner post, said post Mug uti th* **t_\
side of  Ihe Lower Arrow lake, alcmt two mflir
below Iturton t'itv; thence   -uiiti ��'rfciaaS;
theuee west RO chains; them-.* hhiHi ArhUlU
thence west ~< chains; then" north 3. itual
snd '20 links, more or leaa lo the li******iW6l
thence --ii-ii-rl v along lake lOchalna, mort or I*
to the place of U-giiitilng, cuntanting 1IAu**_\
more or l*wm.
Hated this fith day of November, hrt
J.t,iiaA*_\
per K. I. lb UR, Agjlit.
Sixty days afk-r date I inn-rj-l to apply totfel.
Honorable the Chief Comiiii��"i..ner nf un-liUS
Works for permlaslon to purchase the follofH(
dcserlbwl lands in Koolenay ilMrlrt: fDnwaf,
dug at a post marked "A. J lull's wmthiet:
corner post," said  post U-iug mi the norliiier
erly ahore of the Lower Arniwiakein-iisii*
due eaat. on Hip northcasl <orner nl u>tsg
tiroup 1; theuce north Ul chains; .im ����� rbaiaa!
south 10 chains, more or leaa, to tbs laisajfl
tbenoe following said shore In ft smithw��OT
dlrecilon fiO chains, more ��.r less la Ibe-ml
beginning, containing I oo serea, more ot m
Dated this ..th day ol Nov.tnti r, UM F
per K L. B.HWT, Agent.
M .Isvultfr-Ull
lht|���ral'.|elhe(-_l|
Works bitveetm
���(���ifurrils-dbafcl
tiring st �� Pjjl
m1--.tpiirtieri��* L
rly (Ide oil**���
nh weit i'itnwre|
���int.es *t.~r_*IS.j
.,. vtt\ jlihin.1
ee  -*t.sl��tl��*J
ihcncalnamH
|lir,, nrleflUU
lib acre. _4|
Notice In hereby given Hist
I Intend, to apply to the 11
Commissioner of Lands and
sion to rurchaau the (ollovlc
Kooteuay district; Commc
marked '-J. H. Wallace's nortl
snld post being on the eaatc
Arrow lake, and at llle BOti
1'ortcr's pre-cmidfonclntin; ih,
Ihence south 90 chains, tlu-in
thence south 20 chains, llicn
moreor leaa to the Arrow in,
easterly direction Wl chains, H
plaoe of iH-ginniug, coutalolng
Dated thii 29th (Uy of October, IW8.^I
By his agent, Kkhnktii 1,. BWiSM
Niith*. Is hereby given tlial-Kly ilay-tf-'"1**
I Intend loapply to the Hou UhlcICM-MH
of Lands andVorks for permlnion "Wj;
the following desoribed lands, iurtl_f��U
planted on the North Weal rornero u**,
Ihcnce running twentv chalm Soutb, twy,
l��e���ty ehnins Vest, tlmi.ee  fortl rlialM JV
ihence iwenty chains Bait, iiu neetwemg
South to point of commem e  ��".! rnnW*
Ing NO aerea more or less. o,-.,ii_  1
W. J. WT. tf_\
Haled the 1st dny of Ootober, l-Wfl.
sixty daya altordatelpnrpoaamaklU*-^B
cation to the Hon. _^CommiMlon_r������
and Worku for |M>nnlaalon to l,,ir,,|l"M_ " rfl
lowing described  land:   CommemlW[KSM
plaootfai tho sonthwest corner of M,JJWM
plication in purchase, marked   1    ',.,..������*
ner." running the. 10ehalna ""���JJf.'gSa
ehalns west] ihcnce ho chain- """"''/"Sun
ehnins east to point ol comn mcuhw"""!
ing 8D neres more or less.
Hated the 10th day ol October. IBMy.pQ-flj
per B.BII1IIJ-     '
Notice
Intend  _    _.
' 'on 11111 hr, loner
la hereby given lhat W fls�� a J" M
to apply io the Honc-i��bie vnwm
sioner 0/Undi snd Worm orPgffl
sinn to purchase the following deM'r K, (ln;
lu the .Vest Kootenav disiriei: TOn-_3��l
post marked "Kleanor Hindi a18. �� ' ���*���
and planted on tho WtVt ahore ol "".'nme-iall-
Whatshan {('arlboo) lake, nbon 1 uii'' l0.ib#j
Illlli'H nouth of Arrow lake Iran; in*"'''. ���|0lM:
chains; thence east 40 ehalni ''^^ ' ibe**
shore of tho Narrows; thence '��'owns .'MB
shore In a general southerly aud ��'������ V'/nK"*-
in n go
i) chain
��0 point p! 0MB
ment, containing 180acresmnri '"'! ��� 'miisc'i
Dated uct: sth, 1808. HrK  7. .it     1
Hlxty days nfier dato J purpose making Application io ihe < hief .'i-iiniii*' ;,,ii,*r of Hands and
Works for |,i rinis.inii to purchase the following
described land: Commencing at a poal marked
1 I t"s H W. comer," ndjo'nlng lho easl boundary nM> Pierpe'i appucatlim to purchase] running thence Ho chains north; ihen. .* n, muihis
east; tlience HO chalna suuth; thence Wi chain.1-
west to point of oommeneement, containing t.o
acres mo e or leas,
rated the llth day of Auguit, luofi.
1. 1'IIRL'I,
pcrK.U. Fat-IUIIR,
Notice Is hereby given lhat ��'>':' H. ;'nl|��lt**
I Intend to apply tothe Hun * hn-" ""'-��� pih
er of LandS And Works forncrm'M H "ty
obanothc following deaerl ' ln;',,, tmarW
followln-j"th,. 'aid shoroln an-'1"'*'"'  r|ertj;I
the   point   of   eoTmon(;emtl11'
acres, more or less.      -rt��i   ukki .���
Hated thla Hth -i.tf olOoi-, l.^* ff grmgii,
W. L. Kuiiioj-u. Agaut* .-�����*'���'
A NHEUSER    -AND THE original
BUSCH...    Budweiser Beer
CALEDONIAN LIQUEUR.
DISTILLERS, 12 and 20 years old.
R. P. RITHET & CO., LIMITED
NELSON       So,-Ai..rut/..:.?���,.rK,"h    VICTORIA
P. Burns __ Co.
WHOLESALE   AND RETAIL
MEAT MERCHANTS
iBmnrli M rki'ia in  H^hhIaihI,  Tniil,   Nelaon, Ktwlo,  Kniuinn, Throe Forks, New
DenVer uml Blown City.
1: to any hraimli will have
1 I ' nr-_ful atiNiition.
Head Office: Nelson, B. C.
LAND NOTICES.
nd-A  rki
ittlnK   ..
Hon Chief Commissioner ol Laooi
ior permission to purttoase tho lol-
- t lands:   Comrasnqins nt ���* poet
;'.   --oiiiliwesl comer ol J. InleU'a up*
,  |-<rfbu0i   inarkcl ' R. H'*H  K. cor-
.* |tu une no chnliiK north, theneuHO
* I.,-.* ��t chnin*. miiitb, thtriice HO
point nt commencement, contain*
���*�����, lunre or lem.
1-th ilny uf October, laotl.
It. Hhiki.i.,
per J. rtiiiKM., .AKeut.
r Lite 1 parpoee making uppli-
iiou thief Commissioner oi i_ni'in
iH'nnlaalon to purchase the toi*
���, ��� . landl:     loinhicuciiik' ul it poit
������ ���>��� ������'.��� ,-���* cornei of it .-���-, j.*ji-
I. rcbiae, marked "M. K ��'��� P. K.
iu   theuce NU < i. north to the
1 iii oi I  L BCtt. thenee *���> ohalna
im in���* iouih�� tbenoe so ehalni
ui ������ commencomenlf oonbUnlttf Mo
, 11
Li.te-itiif 1 11. ,Ihj- of Ootober. iw��.
M. K. OiiKNl-ll.l.,
I _r J Bhiki.i., Agenl.
-im,* 1 purpoM- mtklUK iiM.ii
11 * ll< n u.e Chiel Commiasfbner or
,D<hBti<i Worlil (or permf^lnn to pn reliant* the
irihcd  land:   Oommanolns  a a
' the Junction of Barnes nnd
.    and i*Mt of it. J. Kiliuit'* up
haae. murked "W. N  l'V W. Vi.
_iitn,'t," rutin nv ihi doc BOobalns north; thenee
��� nee 80 ubalns sooth] tnenceM
liiiini iint of commencement; oontaJn-
���iiKMi'ii -, - ��� or Iris.
I October, 1901
W. N. PoOtB,
I'er J. RlliEi.i.. Agent.
J " data I purpi-me mnkiiiK nppli-
|iti,in !., itn lion  ilie Chief Comm I winner of
1 ���������������' > - lor I'l-rniiSBlon ttt purrhnne the
I rihed  lands:    ��� .���inmi'ii'-lnji at a
tin M-uiheMtcoruerof M, H.Qreo-
illiapphiallon to puichate. marked "V. tva,
' ���*��� ��� ������ runuliis thence IO ehalni north;
_" 1 I  '"     thenee   .1 ehalim cant;  theuco M
I   ���viihaiuN wett. to point of
I contalnlni ft**" sons, more or
���*���'��� day of Oe tober, 1906.
V. DODD
1'crJ. Hhlcli, AKent.
���liinii I.,
ThlelCon
ni.ti,.[i 1
Ity h
siren thttflO dan after dati I
" application to the Ilouorahlc the
111 ol land,, and Worki lor peril nse   Do*   follmvliiK   descrila-d
icncing hi _ j,,,--, ,,n the north
���-���liinii ahout 'J chaini east of
ek, riinniuK _) chains easti thenoe
li; 1 hence -to chnlna went: thenee 40
in point of cf-mmenoeincnt, eoii-
- more or lenn.
t'l IH, PJOtt.
Lim Watson,
'������ agent, KaNKirr W. ROBQfMW.
I inirporc iinullig  nppll-
I    '..111   1,11   ......   M..F     ..(        I      U,l.!u
I Huv davi niter date l
r������totk�� lion (hiefiJommlsaloner65 Und;
n��rlt* '     l-criniaalon lo  |,uni,...*.,���  the (ol
�� I  Und:   Commenelni
���'������"��� it  loo
jakfirMI an.l ��|���
���Hi) lilic, murk,
I
commencInK M a post
wen of the whatshan
: Iwo miles aonth  of What
u.e. ���*.'�� n k. oorner pot_
0  ciiflii-K   iouth;   ihenee  HO
I'^ichaitiK uorih;  Ihence ft)
ill*,        " '"'"''d coiniueiicfinent; contaln-
!K hi'k. n-. in, 1 re ,,r I-cm
"���ted the luth daj of October, IWO.
II. C. Hkinnxd,
I'er It. Hiust.i., Agent
llm*.!r_t'|S^ "     '  'Uu' l intend to apply to the
r"     u   ''' 'MclCon.mia-ioneroflUndKaud
i-Hii-i    ' '.m   '" P'ir-diaw.   LM acrea of laud,
ai 1 mi he weil   1 ���_��� - ��� -r Arrow lake, adjolulu.
1_���,?��n;I'h*.crihodas follOWSi   Coniincuelnn
'���'I "ii the went I, nlnry of -Lot
'1- norlh nf the H. W. corner of
*""l BO 1 hm 11-. ihence iouth ��>
aai ;m i-hnliiH lo the m-i-item
'iii|'ti.i No. 378, lbence north
oi not inning.
1'J** M   K. Wali.ky,
it j ki.i.iott. Agent.
.ml id,'
���balm i
>*"iii'l��r\
f> ehalni
Located
I   Nolle,- Ij
I In
Thk'f run
���Union 1
ehy
-.iven lhat r-odnvi afler dale I
H'l licHllon lolhe .lonoruhlcihe
"tierol Landsand Worku (or per*
���imli   ij,", I,',"',''."c u,,' htiluwing deeerlbed
pnli* .tu        '.' "  ���"���*���' lil ��� 1",!'1 Placed nlmul one
1 iii*',,\i;".l\"n ntTk wu ftbout three
, ' *.'" vthnlRlinii Inke riiniiiiiKHoclmiiln
" hains  west!  thence Hn ehalna
' is, in
I'KTKK  McNaIOIIIXIN,
lh ageut, ERWSST W. ROBIWSOM
"'���>  Klven Unit ��) dava from dale
��� '"the Honorable the Chief Oom
and  Worku to purclini
��� *lh*!l'l In
Tiliiloni
Fr-Morian,    11 H'" "'"������� w purchaie nw
I'-lwSn V""";' HN I,,1,"WK: Oommenolng
P".t rlfcr .. ' "' ",,r"1 -*nk "' -*��� '',ul1'
pihrkdl ,|( i','", '���;",, yards from month, nnd
hi'noe ca. w, ���'i*M" H* W. corner poet,"
iWe w*,-,t ii. lulnii "hence north Ht) ehalim,
i'1*'''-"l 1 nn, ' '���"'"''"���oiiiii BO ohalna, to
^'���"ueemem, nnd containing 610 acre;*
'_������ dnv (lei
Kout. McI.ksn.
���""h'lo'ii,. 'j!'!'r ;(!1!''.1 purpoae makliiK appli
Miv���ru , ""���' "h'fCommiaalnii-irnf Uiida
ih-iie. i, '?fr1,nl_ll0u t0 PHH'haae the fol*
���-"   "_��?_���:    (Commencing  at the
''   '' dicallon   lo
"��"r of  V.   Ilwhi's applh
" (��'   'Cl,. II'hN, K.Vorn
Dated
c�� '-iiaina north, thenot80 chains
nj ir'(,l\n01! commencementi containing
'" 'Wb day of October, 1008.
0- L. Hanninuton,
per J aiiiRLi., Agent
1 '*' lhe Hnn    ���' 'P.irPoB0 making apph.
�����fka for   V. " e*fCommfss1onor_ii Linda
K   di  i*rlh._   .-."V111 !" Pun-'haae  (lie fol-
f'tii-eil   ,,i  Vi. K:.   "ouiinenuing   al  a
ft-V''"*"'" . .'ni :iiIU,|,t����W(.Bt comer ol ��K.
hK "- 1 , , t".,,'"n to pnrehaae. marked
rr"'. thenei. J   ,ri   lri��i��lng thence ��l ehalna
" 11.JI1 ���Uao1.h_\.,n" **���'*���' thence ho ohaini
'���in. fin, 'fti'.'HOaJ*topointof oommon-
'"""hiyof Oeudier, lftfl
,  _,      K. UOfiKKTSON,
Pf-r-J'SHiiu, Agont.
Notice i-t hereby given that 80 ilay* after date 1
intend to apply to the Honorable the Gblel Com-
mlssloner ofl_ands and Worts for permission to
pnrchsse the following described landa in the
WOSl Kootenay illntriet: llef-innlng at a poit
marked "Alexander Irn-er'-i M. W. corner," and
id nnied ou the cant shore of the narrows ot
whatshan (Cariboo) lake, at the a B. corner of
n-rnhard Blrsoh'a nppiiiHtiiiii to purchase]
thence east 40 ohalna; tbenee sonth N ohalns;
thenee West40Chains, more or lenn, to the ahore
ol the Harrows; thence following the Mil,I shore
In a northerly direction hii chains, more or lean
to ihe point of oommrnoement, containing 190
sores, nmre or leaa.
Oct Uth, 1MB. A1.KXAN1 >f.r Kramer,
by F I,. BAMKOMD, Agent.
Klxty dan alUti date I purpose making application io the Hon. chief Commlnloner of Uixik
and Worku for permission topurehMc lhe following described lands: Commencing at the
northeaat corner of c I, Haimington'K application 10 purchase, marked "K. A.clH.E. corner,"
running thence 80 ehalns north, tbenoe 00 cbains
Wast,  tlience wi chain-, anuth, Ihenee (W ehalna
ensl to jkiim of oommeneement, oontainlng ho
aeres, more or lees.
Hated the Itlfa day of October, 190B.
K A. cm: a it*-:,
per J Hhiei.i,. Agent.
Notice In hereby given thai Wilnya after date
I intend lo anply to the Hon Chief Comm Insi oner
of Lends and works for permission to purehaae
the fol lotting deserlbed land*, in Went Kootenay
pislliol: lt> ginning at a pout marked, "Bern-
hard  IIIdm'Ii'h H. H. corner," nnd planted on  thc
earn shore of the narrowi of Whatshan (Cariboo)
lake; thenee n nh no ohalns; thence west ��
chains more or leSS, to the ihore of WhaUhan
lake; theuee following naid shore in a genera)
Boiiiherly and en��terly direction 130ehalna more
or leas, io point of commeiiccmeni: containing
B90acres, more or less.
I'ute' il,:- --ill dny of Oct. 1006,
llEKMIAItn  IIIK-.I II,
V. L. Ham .,,;.[,, Agent
Klxty dava after date I purpose making application to c-e lion, the chief Commissioner of
hand*-* and Worku for permission lo purehaae tho
following described land: Commencing at a
poit placed ahout half it mile west of Itnrnen
creek, and about one mile north of the mouth of
the name, marked "J. H'a. K Vi. corner," running
ihence ko chalna north; thence 8*. ehalna cant;
thence so chains south to the north boundary of
Vi. N. Poole's application to purehaae; thence R0
chalna ttest lo point of commencement; containing din acres more or lesa.
Hated the 18th dav ol October, 19U6.
J.Shikix.
Sixty Jail kJttn date I purpose making application lo the Hon. Chief Commissicnernf I-niel*-
and Works for permission lo purchase the following described  lands:   Commeuelng ata poit
placed abont hall a mile west of the lower end of
Whatshan lake, marked "H. D's. S. W .corner,"
running thenee SO chains south; thenee HO chains
enst; theuce KO chains norlh; tlience HU ehains
wesl to polnl of conimmiccmcnt, containing tUO
acres, more or less
Dated the 12th day of October, l*����i
I). Donn,
Per J, siiiki.i.. Agent.
H xty dayaafterdate I purpoae making application to the Hon chief Commissioner of l-auds
and Wu ks for permission to pureliase the following deacril-.d lands; < ommenclng at the
northwest corner of K. A. Create'* application to
purehaae, marked "W. Q, O's. 8 W. corner."
running ihenee W chains north: thence HO
ehauia east; them-e ni chnlna south; thence 80
ehalna west to point of commence meu I, containing 040 acres, more or less.
Dated ihe 12th dny of Oetober, 1M0.
W. 0.0II.LBTT,
I'er J. BtniU. Agent.
BUtydan after date 1 purpose making application to ihe Hon. chief Commissioner of hands
and Works for permission to purchR*c tho following deserlhed landa: Commencing nt the
northwest comer of l>. Dodd's application to
purobase, marked "H.Fs&W. comer," running
theuce Ho chains norlh; thenco HO chalna, more
or less, to the west shore of Whntshnn lake, following same BO ehain**. souih; tlience 80 Chains,
more or le��s. east lo lhe point of coiiimenieinclit,
containing MO hoc*, moreorless.
Dated llie 12lh dny of October, lis tl.
M. I.trt-riVK,
per J. Hiiikll, Agenl.
Notice Is hereby given that sixty dnvs afler
dnle I intend to apply tn Ihe Honorable Chief
Commissioner Ol Lands and Works for permission to purchnse llie following described lands:
Oommenelng al n post placed on tben.ortbw.sl
corner or Albcrl Rllloti-application loporchase,
running 80 ehulns oaal along the northern
boundari of same; thence ho obsloi north;
theliee m chnins wesl; lb nee Ho chains iouth, to
point of oommencement, containing 04i res,
moreor leas,
Dat��d Oot. M, MOO. __, JollNKlt.UnT,
Hy his ngenl. Krnfst W. Hobicson.
Notice is herehy given thai AO dayi alter dnte I
Intend to apply to lhe Hon. Chief Oommissloner
nf i.nnds Hnd Works for permission to jjnwb*"
the f ltowlni: described lnnds situated in the
West Kootenaj dlstricti   Beginning al ft poij
narked "Hcrherl Warren's N. K. comer," and
9_ .i ���. on "hi w! si aboreol ^��#fcM
fake about one-quarter mile north of the soulh-
.,, mV.t ,,f!il e hike* Ihcnce HcsiHtichalnsi thence
���oil,sil chain-** tlience ensl 80 chains, more or
12   5   WI...M1   i   creSl   ihcnce  ollowlbg
oil. n long ' ��rcek nnd lake shore BO chains,
,!*.,*. iif less, to polnl Ol eomiiicnccincnt.eoii
alniiigOitiBcrof. nioreoi lew
bated this 8tb day of October, 1M0
HKiuu:iiT WsBimr,
F. L. HaMMOKD, Agent.
Notice is hereby given tha  ��    ��>; rH��J ;
intend to apply lo thy Hon. t b   H (   "   ir,, '.,
of l.nnds.in.! Works fo. per '-V'  '.,    .^'[i  the
��ittoS&%d^^
weat Kooienai * ���*����.   h,_ N B,c5rnM,Mand
 L-"'   "v,"a'       , So!  WtatahW lOiribon)
.uni corner of thu said lake;
iiii*.- Ihence weft *�� idiaina,
11 (1f Whatshan creek:
Hue of snld creek and
planted on 0 ���
lake at thu ���������  ',[l
thonoe south 40 ot
more or lesa, to tl)
thence following '
IS^iflSsKn:^".'--"-'*''-
Oct. 18th, IfflW. ANTOINKTTK HIBSCH,
By F. L. Hammond, Ageut.
WORK IS LbiT TO A FEW
20,000  Club   Meeting   Poorly   Attended
���T.  G.  Procter    Becomes    President���Progress on Pamphlets.
Tre regular monthly general meeting of the 20,000 club wan helU in the
board of trade rooms last night at
8:30. T. O. Procter, vice president,
occupied lhe chair. The attendance ol
members was very disappointing, considering the work lu hand and the
fuel that uu expansion ot the scope ol
the club's advertising scheme is contemplated.
The secretary read (he minutes ol
the last general and commiltee meetings, which were adopted; and also
read the replies from Kamloups and
.Moose Jaw club to his letters of inquiry as to the extent, character and
results of the work done liy ea.n In
advertising their respective tow.is aim
districts.
The letter from Agent General J.
H. Turner, already published m ine
Canadian, was also read.
A letter from F. M. lilack, president
nf the club, tendered his resign I'.i-m
on account of lack of lime lo attend
to the duties. J. M. Lay sujg.lstod
lhat action be deferred lo the end of
tlie year, but it was resolved to accepi
Mr. Illack's resignation and T. O. Procter was elected by acclamation to the
vacant post, the duties of which he
has been performing already for several months.
J. M. lay, treasurer, reported all
debts iinlil and a balance In hand ,,i
$80.30.
M. S. Parry S|��)ke briefly, explaining the failure, financially, of the
Koscian Ojiera company's performance
under club auspices.
The entertainment committee reported recommending that a club ball be
given iu the opera- house during the
first week in January. They considered that a series of dances, which
wns formerly contemplated, would not
be a profliable undertaking.
The advertising commitlee reported
progress on the new pamphlet.
B. K. Beeston slated thai Ihe additions required to earn the city council's  grant  of  $200   would   cosl  abonl
The Daily Canadian
Hlxty dayii after Mate 1 Intend to apply lo thu
Honorable the uhlef Commissioner of Landsand
Work* lo purchase MO acres ot land, located In
Fire Valley, on we't side of Arrow lake: l.om-
meuein-*-** at a post planted _n cbaina wet of the
Fonthwetst corner of J. Robinson'a pre-emption
and marked J. Wo K. K. corner, and running
north 80 chalna, thence west 60 ehalns, thence
smith 80 (hains, thenee eaat 80 chains to place of
eommeneement
Nov. 1Mb. I'ssi. Jane Wii.uamb,
J. E. Ann**in.e. Agent.
Notice Is hereby given that 60 .lays alter date I
Intend to apply lothe Hon. Chief Commissioner ot
Landsand Works, Vietoria, for permission to purchase the following dcscril--cd laud, situated in
the West Kootenay district, on the west side of
Dubamel (or Bli Mile) creek, near wagon road,
about three milea from Kootenay lake: ('ommenclng at a postmarked "James J. Puck's H \V.
post," running '20 chains eaat. thenen 20 ehalns
north, thence to chains wear, thenee 20 chains
south, lo thenolntof commencement, containing 40 acres of land, m *tc or Icbb.
D��ted m_ November, 1906.
Located hy J_U_M J, Duck.
 per John K  Taylor. Agent.
Sixty days after date I Intend to apply to tbe
Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works,
Victoria, lo purchase 100 acre-, of land about two
miles b<dow Burton City, West Kootenay, commencing a' a post marked "J. A. lrving's east
corner post," said post being on the easterly end
ot an Island west of l>ii ���'���-'-47, and claiming all the
land contained ln said island, being about one
mile iu an easterly and westerly direction and
about .'������ ehnins from norih to south.
November llth, IWfi. J. ���. Invl.so,
 J K. Annablk, Agent.
Slaty ilavs after date I Intend toapply to lhe
Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands end Worka.
Victoria, lo purchase 40 acres of laud, situated
on the west side of Arrow Luke, ul < ;[',_, inilcs
Mow Hnn ui. and defcribed aa follows: Commencing ai h jkwi plented at the nortbesji
corner of Lot Wo, and running north 20 chains;
thence west -0 chains, Hit nee south i!0 chains,
tbenoeOftSt WOhSlns to place ol beginning.
H  h.TJlU.,
J. K. ANNAlll.K, Agent.     _
Kotiee is liereby given that slxlv dnys after date
1 intend toapply to the Hon. Chlel Commissioner of Lands and Works for permission to pureliase the following deaeribed lands, am neres.
starling at a post marked Catherine Toye, and
planted on thc enst shore ol I-ower Arrow lake,
near Gladstone Creek, theuce 40 chains east,
theliee 80 chains north, thenee 40 chains west to
lake shore, thenee south along lake shore to
imliit of commencement.
Dated tbia 13th dayof8ept-mner(l_00.
('ATfiRKiNK Toys,
ll.inKV (iinsoN. Agent.
Nov. llth, 1800,
Sixty days aller d ite I intend to apply to-the
 hiefCoiiimissioiierof L_.ndSS._u Works
.��� ...irchase Itm acres of land : Commencing at a
post I'lante'l on the west side of Six mile ereea,
ou wagon road, about Iwo and one half miles
Iroin Kooteuay lake, .and marked "Neil Mc
Kcehnle's H. West corner poa'," thence easl 40
chains, thence north 40 chains, thence went #i
eliains, thenco south to ehalna, lo place ol eommenoement
LoCAtOd this loth day of November, VM*:.
Nn i, McKk.hmk.
Sixty days nfter date I Intend lo apply lo lhe
Honorable the Chief Commissioner of Lnnds and
Works, Victoria, to purehaso 100 acres of land,
located In Kire Valley snd described ns follow*:
c. nimeneiug ata pOSl marked (1. 11. McM's N.W.
comer, and pleaded at lhe southwest corner of
lot 7-Hlft, and running south *> chains, thence
easl 20 chains, tlience north 80 chains, thence
west 20 chalna to place of beginning
(iKO. B. McMii.un,
Nov. 18th, I'.smv.
J. K. Annaiii.k. Agent.
Sixty daya aftor date I Inieml to apply to Million Chiel Commissi.hut of Land* aud Works,
Victoria, to purchase 480 aeres of land, in Kire
Valley, West KooU'tiny: Commencing at a post
nlsuted 00 chnins west nf the H. W. corner of J.
Kohinson's preemption, and marked W. W's N,
K. corner, and running west r<0 chains, thence
south ttt) chains, theuee east 60 chains, tlience
north 80 ������bains lo place of In-ginning
Nov. l-Sib, 1900. William Williams,
J. K. Annahlk, Agenl.
Notice Is herehy given that 60 daya alter date 1
Intend to make application totho I'ouoiablc thu
Chic' Commissioner ol Muds and Worka for permission to purchase the following dcsc-lned
bui,is: Commenduk at a post planted on the
northeast eo tier of Peter McNaugnton's application to pnrchos -, lollowlng the east boundary of
same 8o chains south; tlience 80 chalna east;
theuce 8o chalus north; theuee 80 chains west lo
point of eommeneement, containing tvio soreS-
morc or lesa.
luiled Oct. 1.1, 1906. ALMCKT Kl.LIOlT,
By his agent BBNMTW, Hoiiinson.
Hixty davs after date I Intend to apply to the
Hou tbe Cblel Commissioner of Lands and worka
to purchase Jb) acres of land: Commencing at a
post marked "N.T H's southeast corner noat,"
���aii! post I ���������-in it at the northeast eorner of Ueo.
Hudson's pn-emption claim, about two milea
Southeast of Hurton City, lbence west 40 chalus,
south 20 chains, went 40 chains, north in chains,
cast 80 ehalna, south 'JO chains to place of com-
meitt'eineulr, containing '-Ho aerea.
Located Sth day of Nov. tww.   NETTUCT, BKR.
(100 more, but would be a great Improvement.
The -secretary was. instructed to
write for cuts of the city power plant,
exterior and interior, the high school
and the new Bank of Commerce building.
W. J. Wilson was elected to the entertainment committee to fill the vacancy caused by (he retirement of A.
W. Hyndman, otherwise the standing
committees  were  returned unchanged.
The club then adjourned to December.
Lord Grey's Birthday.
Ottawa, Nov. 28.���Karl Grey, governor-general of the Dominion, was filty-
flve years old today and the anniversary was remembered with felicitous
messages of greeting from friends in
many parts of the world. Lord Grey
has accepted an invitation to speak tomorrow night before the Canadian Club
of Toronto.
London, Nov. 28.--N0 official iu the
Hritish diplomatic or colonial service
Is held In higher esteem at home than
Lord Grey, the governor-general ot
Canada, and this feeling of regard was
evidenced today by the number or cordial greetings sent to Otlawa on the
occasion of Lord Grey'B birthday. Aside
irom his notable official services Karl
Grey has won the gratitude of all
Engiiahmeu by bis earnest work in the
cause of practical temperance and
Bociai betterment.
Earl Grey, who succeeded Lord
Minto as governor-general of Canada,
was born Nov. 28, 185], and is a descendant of a famous Liberal statesman.
His father was 'that General Grey who
was for so many years private secretary first to the Prince Consort and
then to Queen Vietoria, accompanying
King Kdward on the occassion of his
tour in America forty years ago. Lord
Grey won bis spurs as an administrator
of great ability in Soutli Africa. The
family of Lord Grey has been situated
at Howlck, in Northumberland, since
the sixteenth century. The first Earl
Grey was one of the commanding officers of the Hritish forces In the
American War of lndeixendence, and
England owes to him and to Lord Vincent the jiossession of the greater i>or
lion of the West Indies. Lady Grey
is the daughter of Robert Holford, a
London millionaire, - and is very
wealthy In her own right. The Greys
have four daughters and a son, the
latter bearing the title of Viscount
Howlck.
Temporary Insanity.
Little Falls, N. Y., Nov. 28.���The
body of Rev. John Sanford, aged 2b
years, jiastor of the Methodist church
at Salisbury Centre, ten mites rrom
here, was found hanging In the parsonage at that place by the trustees
of the church tonight. The minister
had been missing since Saturday.
Mr. Sanford was unmarried, and
came here from England two years
ago. It is believed that temporary Insanity caused thc act.
SL000 _____
The government of British Columbia hereby offers a reward of
$1000 for information leading to
the arrest and conviction of one
Frank Cedio, alias Frank Agalio
Paimblanc, who on tbe 18th insi.
at the Canada hotel at Niagara,
B. C, murdered Louise King by
means of dynamite or Other explosive.
Description or Frank Cedio,
alias Frank Agalio Paimblanc:
Italian, age about IIS years;
height, about b tent 6% Inches;
weight, about 150 pounds; brown
hair, light brown moustache;
may be clean shaven now; eyes
tight blue, thin race, small thin
nose; slight scar on one cheek,
extending downwards rrom eye
to corner or mouth.
When last seen wore dark grey
suit with black stripes, plaid pattern and tanned high lop laced
boots.
Wire  or   otherwise   report   im-
mrdliitely any Information to Mr.
I.  A.   Densmore,   Provincial   Con-
si a Mr* .Grand  Forks.
By order,
F. S. HUSSEY,
Sopt  Provincial   Pollco.
Certificate of Improvements
NOTICE
"Spvglua" ami 'liNilH'" mlni'ml cbiitim, sitiiHto
In Tumi Lake Mining Division.
Located on Poplar oreok.
Tado Notli-c Hint I, Brnci1 Wbllo acting aa
agent for tbo Spy-glass Mining ' p.. Free Mluera'
CertlflcatO No ft. WM, Intend. fO days from the
dati* hereof, to apply to tbo Mining tterorder for
a CertlflOSt. of Improvements for the purpose of
obtaining a frown <; r.uit nf thc above clalma.
And further take notice that action, under
-Section :t7, inuat be commenced before tlie iwtu-
anecof vucti Certificate of Improvementa.
Dated UMb Oetnher, IW6. BftUbl Wiijtk.
Certificate of Improvements
NOTICE
"Kpllpae No. 2," "Vevoy," "Happy Medium,"
"International" and "A ta Fractional" mineral claiuiH, Hltuated in the Slocan City Mining
Division of \vY.-.i Koolenay dlatrlct.
Where located:���Norlh of Twelve Mile ereek,
about two milea up.
Take notice tbat I, II. K. Jorand, of Blocan, R.
C, Free Miner'- - erllflcato No. UTStfon, ta agent
for I-. A. Oolu, Free Miner's Certificate No. b46��4,
Intend, sixty daytt from tho dale hereof, to app y
totho Mining Recorder tor a Certificate of Im-
8 rove men tn, Ior lln* pu ri-use nf obtaining n Crown
rani of said mineral claims
And further lak >   notice that action, un.'cr
Section 87, musl bo commenced before tbe Issuance of such Certificate nf Improvements.
Dated this 'JOlli day ol Hepteniber, 1U00.
H. A. JORAND.
Silver King Hotel
BAKKH 8TR3KT,  NKIJJON
Boat Dollar a day honae in the Kootenays.
Koomi are well furnished.   Table aa good aa any
In Nelaon.     Bar supplied wiih good
Hauora ana clean.
W. B. MoOAKDLIHH, Proprietor.
Tremont Hotise
Ksimpe.n sinsi Ains-rlcstn FUn
Mss.i. UB cu.   Room. Imm v. cu ta 11
Only While H.lp Rmplnrrs]
MALOMC   A:  TUKOIL1.US
BAk.r ftt., Nclsum Proprietor.
Bartlett   House
OBO. W. B-iKTLKTT,
Proprietor.
Best Dollar-a-Day House in Nelson*
The Bar li tbe Pineal.
White Help Only Employed.
JoMpblne Rl.
Lake View Hotel
Corner Hall and Vernoo,
two blocka from wharf.
GKORGE HARRISON, Proprietor.
Katea 91 00 per day and up.
Telephone 118. NEaLSONm   B.  Cm
Grand Central Hotel
J. A. ERICKSON, Proprietor.
Centrally Located. Open Day and Night.
Hample and Hith Rooma Free.
Opposite Court House and Post Office*
Corner Ward aod Vernon Streets.
Tie Strathcona
Nelson, B.O.
B. Tomkins, Manager.
The Leading Hotel in the
Kootenays.
Oood   Sample   Rooms.
Queen's Hotel
Baker Street, Nelaon. B. C.
Lighted by Electricity and
Heated by Hot Air
RATK9 |3 PUR DAT
Large and Comfortable Bedroome and Pint-
daaa Dining Room. Bample Rooma tor Commercial Hen
MRS. E. C. CLARKE. Proprtetreaa
Royal Hotel
MBS. WILLIAM ROBERTO,
rBOPHBTBUI.
Bates tl and $1.60 a Day.
Si -rsiiU Rates to Regular Boarders.
WEST KOOTENAY
BUTCHER CO.
Wboleaale and Retail Dealera In
Fresh and Salted Meats
Oamps supplied on shortest notice and
lowest price. Nothing bnt fresh and
wholesome meats and Bnpples kept in stock
Hail orders receive care.nl attention.
E. C. TRAVES.  Manager.
W.   a.   OILLETT
Contractor  and
Build*..
H-ile sgimt for tbe Porto Rico Lumber Co., Ltd..
retell vitrd**..   Ronr-.li and dreaaod lumber, turned
work and braoketa, Ca&iH imh and shingle-*, Paab
uud doora.    Cement, brb-k and lime for tiale.
Aiitomatlr grinder-
Yard and factory: Vernon St.. cnat of Ilnll,
1NBU8ON,  B. C
P O. Box 232. Tel.phone 178.
West Transfer Co.
GEORGE F. MOTION, H.n..-r.
General Teamsters and Dealers in
Ooal and Woo i.   Express and
Baggage Transfer
AGENTS FOR IMPERIAL OIL CO.
Mf-STiS Office: Baker St.
s>
V-
J
YHK LICENSE DISTRICT.
Notice Ir hereby given that at a meeting of the
Board of Llcoimu t'oiiimlaidoni>rfi, to be lie'd In
tbe Chief ComUblo'p office, Nelaon, on the 16th
December, 1ft tt, I intend toapply fo* a trannlerof
ray MOOUM for the Drove Hotel, Fafrvlaw, Nelson,
to U F. Wnlroaky.
Dated 15th Nov., 1906. J W. CROW,
per Wm. GOSNELL, Attorney.
YHK LICENSE DISTRICT.
No Ice la hereby given that at a meeting ol tbe
Board of Liceaae (. mini lew 'oners, to beheld lu
Chief Conxtable'a office, at Nelaon, on 1Mb December, 190ft, 1 Intend to apply lor a tranafer of vaj
hotel llcenae for tbo I'aiaco hotel, at Ymir, to
Archibald Si Davt*.
tftb November, Ift*. MITCHELL TAIT.
$750 Cash and $15 per Month
Will Purchase a Modern House
containing three bedrooms, Dining room, parlor, kitchen and
bathroom ; gas and electric light.     The house is in a
good position on Mill street and
must be sold.
Price $1300.00.
H. <& M. BIRD.
*T .      .1        *T����  TO  TAKE OUT  AN	
JN0WlSthelimeAccident insurance Policy
SIDEWALKS ARE SLIPPERY.      TAKE NO CHANCES.
I Represent The Railway Passengers' Company
The Oldest Company Doing  Business In This Lln*.
T. O. PROCTER
REAL   ESTATE   AGENT,  NELSON.
Choice Fruit
Lands
I Have 10,000 Acres
ofthe
Choicest Frott Lands ha
British Columbia.
Can sell any quantity from 5 acres to 2,000 in one block.
Buy now and get the ground floor prices.
J. E. ANNABLE,
Nelson. B. C.
We Will Sell
1000 Yale-Kootenay te  9 l-2c
Insurance, Fruit Lands, Real Estate.
McDermid & McHardy
The Hall Mining and Smelting
Company, Limited.
NELSON, B. C.
Purchases Lead, Copper and Dry Ores.
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
RAILWAY
Winter Excursions
East
$78_25
Nelson To Montreal, Toronto
*yy*av Aid All Point] West Thertof
In Ontario and Qutbtc.
Quebec. St. John Halifax, and Marl-
time Provinces rates on application.
Tickets on sale daily,
NOVEMBER 24 to DECEMBER 31.
Round Trip, First-CIass. Three Months'
Limit, Old Country Rates
$89.25 Return
Halifax nr St John.
RETURN OCEAN  FARE8���
Saloon, $95; Second, $78; Steerage,$54
And up, according to steamer.
For detailed information, sailings,
ocean steamers, first class or tourist
sleeper reservations, apply to local
agent or write
E. J. OOYLE, J. S. OAR.ER,
A.U.r.... Vancouver. D. P.A., Nelnon
Old Curiosity Shop
If you want to buy or sell anything,
go to the Old Curiosity Shop. A new
line of Japanese Goods now on sale. All
kinds of Dlnnerware In stock. Prt-
te-.--
NOTICE
Notice ti hereby given Hint thc partnership
heretofore Bubalittng between im, the uitsls ralcn-
        sn.nth. * '
...     m, bulk'  "
oonMM.
est, as hotel keepers lathe town sif Kholt, firltlsh
Columbia, bas wis ilay been dlsaol veit by mutual
Dated thii 1Mb day of October, law.
JAMXS O. McORADK,
FHKUKIIIISK  WASHHOURM.
Witness:  Alex. Stewart, 1'htlip f. MeCalluia.
TrltCOMPORTASIXWAV.
Excursions to
Eastern Canada
GOING BY THE
Oriental Limited
=====   ���
With through tourists car to
Chicago.
To Toronto, Montreal
and points west
ST1 $78.25
Corresponding low rates to
points east of Montreal.
Tickets on sale Nov. 24th to
Dec. 31st. Oood for three months
with privilege of exteuding limit
Golan via Sault Ste Marie
stopovers allowed east of St.
Paul and Duluth.
Going via Chicago stopovers
allowed east of Detroit and
Port Huron.
Por further  Information call
ou or address
H. E. DOUGLAS,
City Passenger Agent.
S. G. YERKES,
A (I. P. A., Seattle.
PETERSON** rn
*IPES *J^U
UPWARDS
A collection of all the Latest
Shapes and Sizes.   A free
smoking and most satisfactory pipe.
W* <A* AIRMAN,
Totaccoiilit.  laker Street.
���j
y\
S The Daily Canadian
Cool nights are now in order.     The}' will invite
pleasant dreams of
HUDSON'S UY BLANKETS
Wr have plenty of thorn in rod find blufl.
3 1-2 Points, weighing about 10 pounds, $7.50 per pair
4 Points, weighing abou: 12 pounds,   -   8.50 per pair
Tke-e blamketB ure Justly celebrated for thetr excellence. We alone carry
Uiein in this city.
HEADQUARTERS FOR CAMPERS, MINERS, PROSPECTORS AND
LUMBERMEN.���Pillows. Comforters, GloveB and Mits. Socks, Shirts and
Underclothing, Oil Clothing, Sweaters, Miners' and prospectors' Boots
and Shoes and Rubbers.. Groceries and Provisions.. Everything of the
Best quality and prices surprisingly Low.
HUDSON'S BAY STORES
Imperial Bank of Canada
mm _f    .M*M.Uf4 *T* _l _
Head Office:   Toronto.
CAPITAL PAID UP... ,$.,900,000 REST I*,110(1,000.
D. B. WILKIE, President. HON. BOB-HIT JAFFRAY, Vice-President
Branches io British Columbia:
ARROWHEAD,      QOLDEN,     NELSON,     IlEVELSTOKE,     TROUT  LAKE,
ORANBltOOK,   VANCOUVER,   VICTORIA.
SAVINGS DEPARTMENT
DepoflltH reoelved und Interest allowed al highest current rate from date of
opening account, mui compounded half yearly
INBL.SON   BRANCH ��l_,    IV__     I__,.AY%    Altinn^er.
The ^yal *Bank of Canada
ASSETS. $39,771,808
HEAD OFFICE:   HALIFAX, N. S.
Capital Paid Up $3,629,130 Reserve Fund $4,092,043
SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT
Account����� or firms and Individuals opened on tho moat favorable terms.
Thirteen  hranchoB in British Columbia,
Special   attention   to out  of town business.
T. K. KENNY, Pres., Halifax.       K. L. PEASE, General Manager, Montreal.
C. cA. SPINK. Mvuger NELSON "BRANCH.
THE DAILY CANADIAN
I'ubliHhed its dayi ii vaok by tlie
CANADIAN PUBLISHING OOM J'ANT, 1,tj.
Baker Ht.. Nelson, B.C.
Iiu baer Ipt ton rales, 60 coins a month delivered
lu th* city, or Ju.OO a year il sent by mail, when
paid In ud vn in*-*
Advertising rales on upjillcatlou-
All monies paid In settlement nl Tin- Dally
Canadian accounta, either (Ol lUbBOriptiOM nr
advertlaltiff, must hr receipted (or nn tht- printed
tonus n( um Oompany.  other receipti art* nut
valid.
NOVCMBEk 3H. IQOO.
"lly one word we are lometimei Judged to be
wlM and by out1 word sometime., judged lu In*
foollib. Let un therefore be careful what we
���ay."���Coh'nifjit'H.
ON llETItENCHMI-NT.
Thore is a prevalent disposition <iui-
tng years of prosperity for the nation
to be indifferent to the details ol public expenditure. Though the historic
parable of the lean years following the
fat ones repeats itself with the experience of every generation it is only tbe
wise who foresee the necessity of providing in time of plenty for the yeurs
of destitution.
Oanada bus reached u period ot unexampled if not unanticipated prosperity, sharing in the wealth production
and distribution of the nations or the
world io an extent undreamed heretofore. Poverty und destitution are not
so prevalent as to thrum themselves
upon public attention as they do iu
many of the older nations of the
world. A spirit of etunplueenoy possesses the people und there is a eon
sequent Indifference to the adniiiii.-J-
tration of af faint in the Dominion
which is relieved und broken only by
the warning voice of u few who can
see what must be the end of the profligacy and prodigality of the Ottawa
administration.
Quite recently, however, tbe country has heen apprised of these things
by two gentlemen who could have no
other object in bpeukiug than to utter
a protest against the policy that is being pursued in the distribution of the
federal finances. The Toronto News
says of these two men:
"When Mr. ,J. Lorn Maotlougttll, the
former auditor general, retired from
the public service, he Issued u statement to the people of Canada explaining ihat the puhite expenditure was
growing too rapidly, and that the auditor should have larger powers in order to curb undue extravagance.    Ke*
oently before the Toronto Canadian
club Mr, J- M. Courtney, former deputy minister of finance, delivered a
speech which mlghl be called an echo
of Mr. Macdougall'B warning. He said
that in thene days of prosperity the
country should prepare for adversity,
that every effort sliould he made to
save and tbat out of the present abundance the nation might redeem its indebtedness or reduce Us taxation or
pay for its public works out of consolidated account He attributed tbe extravagant expenditure to the detmuu!
for public buildings, and neatly called
promises of such buildings at election
times 'materialistic arguments.'
"When the two men who havo
handled the finances of the country
for 20 years and more concur in warning tis thai our expenditures are unwise and Improvident it is time for
the government to give hoed to its going. Neither Mr. Macdougall nor Mr.
Courtney can be accused of talking for
political purposes, and for that reason
the country is very likely to believe
what ihey say. We have no wisli to
advocate B policy of penny-pinching,
but we are convinced, With Mr. Courl-
nev, that too much money is being expended withoul adequate return and
It is becoming a practice as common
na it is venal for candidates to pay
their constituencies for electing them
by securing wharfs or postofftces or
other public works, li is b praotloe
thoroughly despicable and much too
expensive, Mr. Fielding would nol Injure himself nor bis government by
drawing the purse strings tighter,"
The BUbJeot is of peoulfar interest
to the people of Hritish Columbia In
view of the heavy expenditures that
Will have to be undertaken in the near
future in administering the affairs of
the vast territory that is to be opened
Up with the advent of the Qrand
Trunk Pacific railway in the northern
sections of the province.
It is obvious that the Dominion government is sectional in its administration Of its affairs: Numerically tho
province of British Columbia is weak
and its representation in the house ol
commons is unlnfluentlal because of
lack of numbers. We must take what
Is given, and 1 hough we may smart
under the Injustice thore ls apparently no recourse.
Ii' Mr. Courtney and Mr. Mactloiig-
i.-ll are right there can bo no doubt
that the funds of the Dominion are
IHng used to secure party advantage
and Indirectly buy votes in constituencies where the majority Is doubtful
and where the people have heen
taught to expect government favors
us the price of their votes.
The system hus probably grown up
gradually, but it is none the Iobs a
baneful and corrupt one, and like all
BUoh systems, it leads and lias led to
the use of specious promises and flattering pledges being made at election
times BUOh as the advocacy of wharves,
bridges, docks .canals and such things
as mean the expenditure of public
money within well defined limits. Ke-
cently in East Elgin the people were
brazenly told that tho defeat of the
Laurier candidate would moan that
the people did not waul a projected
railway, and in North Bruce it was artfully represented Lhat the return of
the Laurier candidate would be accepted us an endorsement by the voters of that constituency of tbe proposal to construct certain public works
in that riding.
H has been proved again and again
that much of this sort of expenditure
is not really in tbe public interest, and
It is au accepted fact thut frequently
il takes brains and genius to discover
what to (iu lor a community in the
way of public expenditure that will uot
appear too scandalous aud stand oul
too brazenly as a bid for suffrages.
When statements like these are
made upon the public platform by
members of tbe opposition trey are regarded by a section of Lhe community
us bo much campaign spell-binding,
When tbey appear in lhe press tbey
are so much carping criticism and are
considered sufficiently answered when
thej are so designated. There are not
wanting those who see these things in
a different light, and among them are
fhe tiained financiers wrose opinions
We quote.
The financiers advocate retrenchment, iu our opinion what is needed
is not so much a policy of retrench^
ment us a wiser and more businesslike distribution of public moneys. Instead of using the public funds for
the purchase ot constituencies they
should be used in necessary development of the resources of the newer
provinces and the assistance of the
snuggling Industries Of lhe younger
children of the federal family.
It is by this means that safe provision can be mude against the years ot"
famine that so often follow the years
of plenty. When business stagnates,
Wharves that were mere time-servers
cease to he even thut and public works
when piuced simply lor campaign purposes stand as monuments of the folly
of statesmen, but when the country's
resources are developed the stream ol
prosperity is broadened and deepened,
its sources are multiplied aud its trutin a ries swell  the flowing  river.
lt is lo be hoped that Canada will
noi require to be brought to her knees
and eat lhe bread of sorrow in order
to discover with sufficient emphasis
how her wealth is being misappropriated and how the provinces that will
most amply repay present belli and
Investment are being neglected that
a few favored localities or doubtful
constituencies may be saved and secured to lhe parly iu power..
SQUARE ISSUE.
While those who heard Mr. KufUB
M. Pope on Monday night will ugree
with most uf bis southing denunciations of the mismanagement of public affairs by the Dominion government, we think ihui one paragraph of
his address will appeal to all right
ihiukiug people us hitting the nail ou
the head and containing sound advice.
It was lhat passage iu which he spoke
of better terms for this province as a
squure issue and in which he intimated that our position at the door of the
federal treasury Ib not a doubtful one.
Howeveir righteous/ and liberal may
have been the terms under whicli Hritish Columbia had entered confederation, und no matter how faithfully
these terms had heen complied with
by the administration, the provlnoe
hus reached a period in her history
when those terms ought to be reviewed and revised.
No generation can make laws or arrangements which should be biudiug
for all time, und the resources and development of the West have reached
a stage when the original provision
can be shown to be miserably inade
quale. Mr. Pope urged, therefore, and
wisely, we think,, that we stand as a
province squarely upon that Issue.
The question is simply one of right.
If we have no rights we should lake
out situation philosophically and make
the best of It, hut If we have rights,
us is universally agreed, it is only
sensible to stand together and accept
no compromise. Those who have studied the question and aro familiar with
the situation will he inclined to approve this stand. It Is Mritish Columbia for hor rights���we want no more
und will accept no less. Those who
advocate hack-door methods and
"some other way" are endangering
the fulure of our country.
EDITORIAL   COMMENT.
heen practically settled by W. L.
Mackenzie King was only another indication that il is possible to settle
matters in dispute between conflicting
Interests when there is some disposition on the part of both sides to deal
fairly with each other. The adjustment of the difficulty at Greenwood
us well as that Qrand .Forks, between
the smelter employees lind their mas
tors, makes the final stage in the local
labor differences for the present. The
whole country will now lenter upon another era of progress und prosperity
aud u general feeling of relief aud
gratitude will  be experienced.
Supposing the city can move the
courthouse to its new site for J60U,
and the lowest tender for that work
was |885, while the highest was $130,
there ought to be easy money in llie
contracting business. Il is generally
conceded that contractors get more
work from their men than is obtained
by day labor, so the margin is very
wide. If the estimates work out the
city fathers did u wise firing in ordering the work done by day labor. If
the margin between the estimales is
anywhere nearly correct the contract-*
ors  must  be feeling sore.
LAND NOTICES.
The announcement In The Dully
Canadian yesterday that the strike ot
the coal miners    ut    Lethbrldge    hau
Notloe is hereby given thai sixty dayi nfier
dnle I Intend Ln make appl > ������ ��� **ii in tin* Honorable Chid CommiMioner of L-uda mnl Worki al
Victoria, B. (.., f��r permission to purohau the lol-
lowing deicrlbed lands, situate in Fire Valley,
Wen! Kootenay dlitrlet: Commeneing ui a boat
planted at the loutbweit eorner nf ���ionium Robinson's pre-empt it in, marked It. I, K'lH L. eorner
P0|t. theliee .0 Chaini west, tbence 40 eliains
nnrth, theuee 4h chains en*. tn.in-.linn Kobinson's
northwest enrner, tbenee south tocbatnitoplace
t��( eommenoement) containing too acrei, more or
leu.
Dated this -3rd day oi Nov., 1MB.
It. I. K IKK WOOD.
Noiiee is hereby given tbat 80 dayi attar date I
Intend io make application to tlu* Honorable the
('hief Commluloner ol Uiudi and Works Inr nor*
missinn io purebaae the fnliowiiiK described
landa: Commencing at a post placed adjoining
theioutbwoil corner post ol Leon Watsou'i An-
illcatlon in Purcbaie, running sn ehains north-,
Blxty dayi attar date i Intend to apply to the
Htm- Chiel ro mm isi* inner nf Landl and Wnrks,
Victoria- to purebaae ISO aorei Ol land located
00 the wcslsldeof Arrow lakf und lying directly
DOrtb Ot Lot 71*7(1; Comment-iiif--; at u poll plumed
ut tbe N. K. enrner nl Lot7876 and marked "ti. II
S. K eorner," ami running north 20 chum-,
thenee wesi '20 ehains, thenee imrih BOcbalns,
thenoe wnt 20 chains, tbenee loutb *��> cbalni,
thence east W chains, to place ni l-eginmng.
NOV. Mth- 1MB. llKKTIU  JlltAliLKY,
j. K. AjnuBUc, Agent.
Hixty dava after tlate I intend to apply to tho
Hon. chief Commluloner ol Landi ond Worki,
Victoria, to purchase IB0 acre.- Ol land located in
Fire Valley, being pari of Bectloni Three and
Knur, Township tin, ami ducrlbed as [ollovrs:
Oommenelng at a post planted at \\ .11 huh
Williams' N.W.enrner, ami marked "B,___ W'l
N. B. enrner," ami minims 4" chains treat,
thenee 80 ehalns aouth, thenee 90chains eait,
thence 4n ciiaiiiB south,  thenee SO ehains eaal,
thenoe ��*" chains north to place nf beginning,
_. 1������--   ... ., ItOSI K   WILLIAMS,
November HBrfl, IB 6.
J. ��, AN.NAin.a, Agent,
ill) dari after date 1 intend tt- apply to ll't* Hnn.
Chlel Commissioner of��l.auds ami Works In purehase B9Q acres nf and located in Fire Valley being part pi Sections1.' ami 10 Townihlp 'in, ami
Ueserihetl as pillows; Commencing at a pnul
murketl F. W.J. S. K. comer and planted at the
northwest eorner of Wm tMUiam-' purchase;
theuee wesl IU chains; theuee  north  mi chains;
tbenoe eait -flpabalni; tlu-nce south ho chains to
plnee of liegitimiiu'.
November 38rd vm\,
P. Vi. JollUAK,
J. e. annaiu.k, Agent.
B0da/l after date I intend toapply to thc Hnn
Chief Commissioner uf Lands and Works, Vic
torla, lo pureliase '240 acres  of Jam!   located   in
Kin- Vallev and being a portion ol iections tt
and IB iu Townihlp SB and deioribed as followi:
Commencing at a posi planted nt the southwest
eorner of the southeast quarter ol notion hi
Township i>!> and   marked   J. G, 8. k..  corner,
tlience north Hi chains;  them-e we-l 80 chains;
thenee south AD chains; thence eait 80 ohalni lti
plaee of bcKlunltig-
Nt>vciii.or*.rdi90ti.
JnsEi'jt QlBSOIf,
J. E. Aknahi-k, AgenL
Nntice is hereby given thai 80 tiavs alter date I
Intend to apply in the Honorable tlit- Chief Commlnloner nf Landl ami Works, Victoria, B.C,,
lor permission to purehase the following described laml, Iltuated in the West Kootenav district,
on the weit ilde oJ i ahamel (or Six Mile) ereek,
ou up ner side nf wsgon road, ahoul 3J_ miles
froil West Arm of Ko��*tenav lake: Commenolng
ftt a postmarked .Mrs. Bat-He Puck's ���?���- K corner, running 40 chains west; thenoe '2D chain*-
south; thenee 40 chains cast; thenoe 20 chains
north, to the point of eommenoement, containing Hi) acres of laud, more or less.
Dated the 17th November 1306.
Mks. iuttik Duck,
John E Tayuik, Agenl
Hlxty ilayB afler date 1 Intend tn apply to the
Uonorahle the Chlel CnmintsHinncr of Lutids ami
Works, Victoria, to purohaae900 aorei of land
located and duorlbed as Pillows: Commenolng
al a post plautetl at the southwesi comer nf J.
Kobinson's pre-emption lu Fire Vallev, ami about
fin* miles from Edward Landing, wrst side nf
Arrow lake, aud marked F. O's N _, corner and
running west HO chain.*., thence south 10 ahalni,
tbence east ."���' chains, thenee south 2ii chains,
tbenee east 40 chains, thenee north 40 chains lti
place of heginniug.
Nov   IHth, 1906. Kiiank Okanok,
J. E, Annahi.f, Agent
Notice Is liereby given that B0 days alter dale I
intend toapply to tlie Iltinnrahlc Iht* chief Commissioner of Landiand Works for permlulon to
pnrehaae the following deaorlbed landi iltuate
about 10 miles east oT lhe City Of Nelson, ou the
SOUth shore of the West Ann of Kooteuny Jake,
antl eonunenong at a post placed about iii chains
south of the sonilicusl corner uf Lot HSU, murked
"8 'l'homus"H, W oomer/' thence soutli 'in
chains, theuee east '20 chains, thence north 20
chains, ihcnce west 20 chains to point ot com
me net; ment.
Pated this 6th day of Nov., 1006,     H. Thomas.
Notiee Is hereby given that 00 days alter date I
intend toapply lo the Honorable the Chief Commissioner oi Lmids and Works for permisslnn
In purchase '-!M0 acres ol laml, situate nn the Little
Moyie river about 1 mile from International
Boundary and about 1 mile (rom Hpokaiie Inler
national Ky.! Commenolng ai a poll marked
I), (train's B. E. comer post, thence wesl 40
chains; thence north .0 chains; thenee east ft)
chains; tbenee north 20 chains; thence east fin
chains; thenee south fio chains to place tif commencement, conta-iilng 280 acres ul laud.
Located Oct, BOtttlBOS.
DANTIL Chant.
i
thenc.* in cbalni eaat, to point of commence
ment, eontainiug SHO acrei more or less.
Dated October 18, 1900,
Urn's Wm.:u.
hj- bli agent, Ehkkit, W. Robixiom
Notice Is herebv given that 60 dayi aitor date t
inteml lo apply in the Hon. lhe Chiel Commissioner uf Landi and Worki foi permission to pur-
Obaie  th"  following   described   lands   in   Well
Kooteuay dlstrlol:   Beginning at a post marked
"Otto  llti-wli-. N   W   corner" and   planted on
thc west sbon ot Wntsimll (Cariboo) lake, about
one-fourth mile wesi of ihe narrowi ol Wbatihan
lnkc;   tbenee   south   *" chains;  thence   easl 4u
ohalni more <>r lou to tbe ibore of tbo Narrowii
thenee following Uo* said shore iti a genera]
northerly smi westerly direction 130 ohaini nmre
or lou, to the poim nf < tmencement, contain*
Ins ;_u acres more or lou
Daied thii Bib day ol Oi I   190B
OTTO EtlMOB,
F l. Hammond, Agent,
s after date
���������������������������������������^���������������������������Tr
FRED IRVINE & Co.
i in purebau
Notloeisherebyglveu that si
I iniend toapplv tothe Hon t
of Land-- and Works ior norm
the rollowlog deacrlbed lands
dlitrlet:   Beginning ma post manea ������_.   iv
Alden's S   K   comer," and  plained oil the east
ibore oi whHthhan (Cariboo) lake, about one
mile Uorth ot tl"' southern end of Ilie lake;
Ihence north an ehains; IbenOO west 40 chain*,
more or  less,  to  the  shore  nl Whatahan lake;
tbenee following laid ihon lu a general iouth-
erly ami eaiteriy dlreotlon 100 chaini, moreor
less, to the poim of oommenoomeuti containing
B20 acres, more or leas
Dated this Hth day of Ocl , IK6.
I.   K    ALDBN,
f L Hammond, Agenl
New Styles in Long Coats for Ladies   I
The Latest New York Shapes.        Best man-tailored -
finish, in light tweeds and plain cloths. ���
Prices from $10 to $25 each ?
FRED IRVINE & Co. 1
������������������������������������:������������.*������������������+���
Notice Ii hereby given that W days alter date 3
intend to apply to the Honorable Chief Comniln-
aioner of Lands and Worki Ior perm im io n to
turohaae the following denrlbed landi, ln West
ooteiiny.   Commencing   at a pnt plautetl at
the northeait oornei of i ot 4896, u, l.. marked F.
Fletchei's uortbwesl corner, thence doiith Hi)
chains; thence east 10 chains, more or less, to
the wefltern boundary of Lol '.100, (i. 1.; theuce
north 80 chains to Kootenay river; thonce west
following laid river to point of oommencement,
containing 80 acres more or less.
2CUi Ootober, iissi.
KHAKI Fl.BTcilBB.
Notice Ih hereby rI veil that sixty days after dole
I Intend to appiv to the Hou. Chief CommlMloner
of Lands and worka for permission lo purchase
the following described lands in the Wesl
Kooienav dlatriet: l.t*i;imiiiii: at a post marked
������.1. R. BlmlneO'lB. w. corner," and planted abom
one-half mile easl of tin* shore of Wluilshan
{Cariboo) lake and about 'J miles north of the
narrows of the said lake, anil at lhe H. K eorner
of] Arthur Warren's application to purchase;
tlience east fill ehalni] thence north B0 Chain*;
theuce wesl -SO chains lti the northeast corner of
Arthur Warren'isuppltcatloii In purchase; thence
aouth Ml chains to point of commencement, containing (MO acres, more or leas.
Oet. 13th, IMM. J. 8- Hiiiikeo,
F. L. Hammomi, Ageni.
Noiiee is herebv given that ilxty dayi alter
tlate I in lend lo applv tothe Hon. Chiel Coiutnis-
llonet Oi Lands and Worki for -permlulon to purchase the fallowing deaeribed land. In tbe West
Kootenay district: Ueginnin*. nl a pn-. marked
"fiorthfl fllrseh's N   K. corner," nud planted oil
the easl shore of Whai shun (('nut I inke. nt lbe
narrows of the lake, and aboul one mile iouth of
Arrow lake trail; Ihenc-* sonth BO cbalni; lbence
well hu ehalni more or leu to lhe ihore of the
narrow*-; Iheliec following the said ibore In a
general   northerly   ami   easterly   direction   V20
cbalni more or less to the point of eommeneement, containing iv-ioacres more or leil
I'ated thi" Hth day of ("et , 1906
BBBTHJ   IIihsci*'
F. L. Hammomi, Agi nl
Snow is Here
-iTw^ A Speeder"skd or Cutter
We Have Them ut All Prluaa.
Standard Furniture Company
Complete House Furnishers
Undertakers,    Enibalmers
A-.K-.TSi
Miison A RUoh Pianos.
Oltermoor Mattresses
Qlobe Wernicke honk t
BIxt)  days after date ' Intend loapply to the
Hon. Chief Commluloner of Landi and Work
Victoria, to purchaie 160 loreiol land, located on
the west lide of Arrow lake, abont five mllei be-
low Burton City, and deacrlbed. ai follow*: Com
menulng al i poel marked "F. QiB'iioutheait
oorner/ and beingSOohalnieaito. Ihenorthweit
comer of Lot 2719; tbenco north 40 chalm; thence
weil  in chains; (heme soutli in chains; thence
cast 40 chains to ihe place of beginning-
November nth. IMS, k. ����� Btate,
per J, K. Annahlk.
Sixty daTB after-date   I  purpose maK Iiik appli
cation" to llie  Chief CommlMloner of Lauds nml,
Worki ior permlulon to purchase the following
described hmd:   Commenolng at a post  marked
"K   F's.**   E   comer." ami silualt-about one mile
from Silver Tip Point, on Whatihan lake, and
near Chrlitle creek, running tbenoe so chains
north;   theUOO 80Chaini went;  Ihence SO chains
south, Inllowlni,' the Inkcshore; thenee 80 chains
east io ibe point tif commencementi coutaimuK
040ae*ei more, or lesa
Haled lhe llth tiny of August. IlKtfi.
K    FAlyllKh,
   PerF fl  I u'-yriKii, Agent
Notice li hereby given that 80 dars afler tlate
I intend to apply to the Honorable the Chief
Commissioner ot hand*- ami Works for permission tti purchase the followiiiK deeerlbed landi j
Oommenelng at a poet planted ou the northeail
corner of   Peter HoNaughtOO'l  application   to
purchase,   ruiiniUK   Ko cli aim   west   along   the
northern boundary ol lame; tbenoe 80 chains
north; tbence KD chains <*ast; theme Si) chaius
south. ahuiK the well boundary Dl John Elliott's
application io purchase, io pomi of commencement, oontainlng 8_Q acres, more or less.
Hated Oct. Cf, IiMni Thomas Smith,
Hy his bkc-iiI. EltNKHT Vi   Koi:in,on
NoUoe ll hereby given that tit! dayi afler date I
Intend to apply In tht- Honorable the Chief ('ommlssloner ot Landl and Works, at Victoria, 11. C.
for permlMlon tO purchase the following dr--
lorlbed landi. situated lu the West Koolenay
district, south of Forty Nine ereek, eommciieiiiK
al a post marked "I.. II Ghoqnetw'l N- Vi. eorner," tbeuce -10 chains east, theuce 40 chains
south, tlience 41! chains west, thence 4li ehalns
north to the commencement post, contdiuiiiK IWi
acres, more or lesa.
Nelson, B.C , Oct. 10th, 1905.
L. II. GBOQUHTI,
W A Jones, Agent.
Bixtv days after date! purpose m-ik Ing I indication It) lhe Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lauds
and Work*, ior perm LulOO to purehase the followiiiK described hmd: Commem ing ut a post
placed at the southwesi corner of It. \V. II a mi melon's application to purchaie, marked "L. M.R.
H's B K corner post,'' running theuco Wl chnins
west; theuce W) chains south; tbenee W) chaini
east: theuce HO chains north to point of commencement, containing OH) acres,  more or leai.
Hated the 10th day t.f October, lUOf..
L. M. 8, Hanninuton,
 per R. Bbiku, Agent.
Notiofl Is herebv given that sixty flays alter
date i Intend toapph to the Hon. chief Commie-
Iloner Oi Landl and Works for permln-liili lu
purchase   the    followiiiK    deeerlbed   lamls,   lu
Weil Kootenay Dlitrlot; Commencing at an Initial p"Sl planted Ht Uo lOUtheait eormr ol Mr
Coy'i pre-emption, thence 20 chalm west Uieael
boundary of Lot 81W: tbonce loiiowing K��id
boundary south toioutheaat corner of suid lot;
thence 10 ehains west:  tbence Ut chains south;
tbeuce 80 chains eait; thence 3D ohaini north to
southwtsi corner of Lol 223; thenoe billowing
<a, *t hotiudarv of Lot T22 (o Initial post.
Beptember ii, iwoo. H. u Woi.rr,
[kt Eknkst Vi. BoninaoN.
Noiiee Is hereby given that fill duys afterdate, 1
Intend to apply to tbe Hon. Chlel CtiijiinissUiner
ol Landi ami Works for permlaslon te purchase
Die following deicrlbed lamls, situate on Iiii*
Bait shore of Cower l_ake. about one and one
ball mile South id Bdgowood, H C and ad
joining J. T. Beattle'l  amplication to  purehaae,
und commeneing at a post marked Donald wit
sons South West corner, thenee running North
m-iu chains, tbence Kasl forty chains, thence
Bouth, sixty chains, thenee Weit forty chains to
piece of commencement-, and containing *.n
acres more or less.
iHJNAl.n   WhjmjN.
If, K- M(\|l Altai!, Agenl.
Hateii this 35th day of -September, l'.*M*
Notice li hereby given that two months after
datfl   I   lulend to apply   lo the Iloiioruble Chief
Commluloner oi i-nuds and Works lor penaU-
iimi  to  pun-httK.' MO aeres of land. dcscrilK'd as
followi: Commenolng at a poet planted at the
souibwcst of i. o siorrlson's ranch  m  ���''ire
Valley, West Kooteuay ilir-trlet. marked "J. _,
Munri 's mirth t*a��t corner post"; ibenee so chains
wes:; thence .1 chains south; theneegDebalni
east; them-e m ehnins north to the place of cotu-
tnencement.
Hat_d lllh day of Beptcmtier, mirt
J. B. Mt.-saca,
Vi. A- CaUiKK. Agfiil.
Notice is hereby given that ao days after dnte I
intend to apnlv to tbe Hon. t'blef Coiiimliiloncr
of Lands and Works for pcnniNhion to purchase
the following described lands, situate in Wesl
Kooteuay district: Beginning Ht ii imsi marked
"Arthur ���**iirren> S  V,   corner," nml plauied tin
iiu- eail ihore oi whatshan (Cariboo] lake, abont
two miles north of the narrows of Whalshan
lake, uud at the S K corner of W. Secombe's application to purchase; llienee easi lti chains;
Ihcnce north M) chains; theno* west 40 ehains;
Ihenee soutb Mn chains lo polntof commence-
ment; Containing B30 acres more or leas
Dated this Kih day of Oct. IWXi.
AiiTiirn Wahukn,
F. L Hammonh. Agent
Notiee is bereby given i__\ ��iuni(tafj M
intend toapplv to the Hoi, . hwfiSl���
of Unds ��mi Work,- for permhw ,, 7,_1.
Un* loiiowing ducrlbed laii.i _i_._?_!___i
marked "O. C M��e,M,ck.i���', * VStmSf
planted on the weit ibore5f What_h_a(__J
rake, aW three mil a north ofTitfl.
rows of the said lake ami OD_Mlt��lk*l!
the said lake; thene.- mhhi, BduSJ
eaat 40 ebalna, mon'or Iom m n��� i..',
thence Itdlowlng the uld ihore lBtS
and weiterly direction UU 'hnini niort
to point of commencement,,,.iium,,,.*
more or len. **
0<''13*1*10-     ._,.     o.c.*__*���n!
Hy I*. I. llAMaoMB. ���   r~m
KoUOl li hereby given thai tui .lMyjt,
Intend lo apply tothe"       ���    -
'   . I
iloner of Uu'di end Wnrk* for [-rinisim tM
J
I _ miles eaat oi the Halnmn rfverandiOH
oris fur pern
pureliuse the following deacrlbed Ul
_^^~     .eliay   dlitrlel;   IWli   	
marked i.  I). Bell and It  It. ll*. ,S. K.'enraef
pure)
West
____________
llrtrtot; Beglnnlni u t pd
tioii to the Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lamls
and Works for permlulon to purchase the following ducrlbed land: ���"onimeuciiig at n post
placed on the north boundary of lot No. HM and
about two ehnins east t>r Whntshun en-ek, marked "M. B'l. H. W. comer," running thence -10
chains east; thence-10 chains north; tlience 40
chains west; tbence 40 ehains south, lo point of
eommeneement, containing H'<0 acres   more or
Hated the 10th dav of October, 1900.
M. ailiEi.i,,
Per R. KniEI.J,, Agent.
Notice Is herebv given lhat slxtv davs after date
I intend to applv to the Hon. Chief Commission
erof Landl ami Works for permission to purehase the following descritied lands, 1W aeres,
Commenolng ai a poit murked John Toye, planted ou tba eust shore of Lower Arrow lake, about
one mile north of Sunshine creek, [bene* forty
OhalUB easl, theuee forty chains south, thenee
forty chains west, thenee forty chains north
along lake shore to point of commencement.
Dated this Lllh day of September, IlfOfi.
John TOTB-
IlAlHtY QlUOM, Agent.
Notice is herehy given that 60 days alter date I
Intend tonpply to the Honorable the Onld Commissi.incr of Landsand Works for permlulon to
purchnse the following described   lands:   Com-
��� eed 20.:... __.... _:...
^^_^^_^_^^ .arketl "K.A.BuII'i
northwest    comer,''   thence    souih    v.o   chains,
thence east '20 ihains,   thenee  north  '20 chains,
thence west in ehulns to point of eommeneement,
Containing -IO acres, more or leis
Located thlsOlh dayol Nov JIKK1.   II. A.Wei.L.
Hlxtv dayi after date I purpose making application tO the Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands
and Works lor nerini-slon lo purehaae the following  described lund:   Commenolng  nt a post
placed ni the north pael comer ol B, C Btcinner'a
application to purchase, marked "II. D'l n, w
corner post," theuce following Ihe eail bound-
npy oi snnii ho chains south; tbenee running w
Ohalni out; tbonce 80 chains north;  theliee m
obalm weit to point ol oommenoement- contain-*
Ing i>40 acres more or lesi
Dated lhe Kith day of October, 1900,
11. DODD,
Per R. HlHKLu Ageut.
U milt- from the I'end d'Oreille river; W,tutl_
chaini north; thence40chatm *��i id.m||
chains south; thenee-to clu, iio euM u, \,\m__
becinnl g. *���
l-ai<*.i the_toddayol Beptembi
D I'BBll
K nm,
R. M Hitkvk-. Agenl.
w ma.
��� t; I
Slxtv day** alter date I purpose making application to the Hon Chief Commliklouer of Lands
and Work* for fn-rmisstoii to purchase the lollowlng described land: Commeneing at a pout
piaeed at the northwest corner ot 11 Dodd's ap-
jillcutioii lo purcbaie, market! "R TV. H'lB. ��'.
comer posi,'* rtiiiniug thence ao cbains north;
iheneeevebalni eait; thenee ho chains south;
thenee  Hn chains west to point of commencement, eontainiug HO arrci. more or less.
Hated thu loth day of Ootober, I ft*.
R Vi. Haknimiton,
per R. BiiiKU., Ayent.
Notice ls herebv given that nxiy davs utler
date I lutend to apply lo the Honorable the
Chief Commluloner of Undi and Works, for
permission to purchase the [ollowlng described
lands lu the West Kootenay district: beginning
at a post marked ".lameii. Kraser's N.K corner,
aod ii uiitcd on the ensl shore ol Whalsbun
(Cariboo) lake, aboul one half mile north of
Christie ereek; theuce south 4n chains, more or
less, to the norlh boundary of W. Beeombe'l application tO purehase; theme wefl along the snld
lioiitidarv 40 chains, more or less, to lhe shore of
lhe tikei thenee following tbe said shine in u
general northerly and easterly direction -SO
chaini, more or lesi, to point of commencement,
eontainiug !*.*��� acres, more or less.
Oet  13lh, 1WJ4V. JAHKflO. Kraskk.
F. L. Hammonii. Agent,
���30 days after date I Intend lo apply to the Honorable the Chief Commissioner of Lands and
Worki, Victoria, B.C , to purchase 6.0 acres of
laml lltuatfl weit of Arrow lake on the west aide
of Wbatehan creek untl joining the north boundary of h. .i. Annable application to purohaae,
Commeneing at a post inurl-cd I'.. J. K. H. K. corner und running wes' HO chains; thence north HO
ehatns; thenee ea**t B0 ahalni] ihence south to
point t.f commencement.
September '2ml iwo. r, j. Em-iot.
Notiee is herebv given that co rtayiaflor date, 1
Iniend to apply to the Hon. Chief Commissioner
of Lands and Works for iieriulsston to purchase
the following de.-tcrihed famla In the Wesl Kootenav Dlitrlot! Beginiilng'at a post marked "W
8, Xlvldge'l B \V corner," and planted about
(iuc-i|uarler mile west of the west short* of Wluit-
shan f Car I boo) lake, nnd about one and one-
quarter miles north of the southern end of the
lake; thence north HO ebalus; thence east Jn
eliains more or less to the ihore of the Whatahan
lake; theuee lollowlng said ihore in _ general
southerly and westerly direction loo chnlni more
or leu to fi point on the ahore due east ofthe
DOItOf COmmQUoement; tbenee west SO chain-.
more or less to the point of eumuieueeuient, <*on-
ininini' :i.'o ic-iew moreor Ibis.
Hated LhlilHh dayof Oct., lftN)
Vi. B, Klviiwi.
F. L Hamhonu, Ageut,
Nollee In herehy given that llxtv days after
tlie date I inlcnd lo anply tothe Hon. the Chief
Commissioner of Landa uud Works for permit
lion to pureliase tbc following dcscrila'tl lund
ln tbe West Kootenay district: beginning ata
poit   mi rked   "K.   B, Keil's  N.K.  corner," slid
plained on the shore of Whatahan (Cariboo)lake,
at lhe northweit comer of said lake; Ihenee Mo
chains west; thenee 40 chains south; them-e 40
chains east: tbenee 10 chains south; theliee eas-
40 cluilns, more or less lo the ihore of Hit- said
lake; thenoe northerly along lhe said lake shore
ho chains, more or leu, to llie polnl of commencement, containing 4HO acres, more or leis.
Hated Oct. 13, vm. K. It. Kill.,
F. L BAHHOHPi Agent,
Notice is hereby given lhat On day* afler date 1
Intend to applv to lbe Hon I'liI"! Commissioner
of Lumls nnd Works for permission to purchase
the following described lamls situated in the
West Kootenav itistrlel He. liming ill a post
marked "William Keil's N. W. comer,'* antl
planted about one mile south of the liorlh cud
of Whalshan C'nriboo) lake,aboul Iwenty ohaini
west of the west sbon-ol suid lake ami on the
south boundary of K K. Kelt's application l<>
purchase; theliee soutli HO chains; (bonce cast 80
ehaflis,   more   or   less,   to   the Mid lake shore:
ihcnce northerly along tin* mild shore ho ahalni,
more or lean, to the said south boundary of
I. It. Keil's application to purchase; thenee west
20 chains, more or leii to the polnl of ennum-nce-
meiil, coiilniniiig 160 aorei! moreorless.
Dated Oct, 11, Sin ti. wu-i.iam Kril,
Hy F. L, Hammomi, Agent.
Hlxty davs after tlate I purpi
ration to the Honorable tin < l
of Lands mnl Works for permit
lhe following duorlbed lend
a post marked "H. l"s & VV o
K. Fauoiiier's application t., j
t helices*" chains north; thenc
thenee HO chains it mth, tbeni
to the polnl of conimeiiccme
acres, more or leu.
Dated the llth day of August
htmm
I'er F. 0. iit-ynn, Apit
Hiny dayi afterdate 1 Intend In awij talk
Honor-able the Chief Coinnilr-Mmier <i| Uldidl
Works for pttrmlsiion to purcbau tii- htortt
dpn-ritied landi in Kootemj dliUM '���*
nuntdng at a post marked .1 1. '���.nim' ��� ���aar*
cast corner noit, said poal 1-iii��r ,:. in��__ll
side of the Uiwer Arrow i������.���.<- ��i���������*:* t��
In-low Hurton City; thenei -outh J-rl
thenoeWMt ai chains; thenn mmthJId
theliee west -JO chains: tbence north C f
and 'At links, more or less m Uie Utoi
thence eailerlr along lake f" ���l.itiii-. luutrotlM
to lhe plaee of beginning. cuiitalliiliBlwir'���
more or leaa.
Haled this .Mil day of NovcmlaT, 19*
J 11. .mini, |
per K. L DciKIT, AkjdL
Kixty days alter date I inn -mi t.. apply 1**^
Honorable the Chief Comuiissioiii'r nf Ud4iim1
Works for pcrmliiloii lo purebaae the inlWJJffl
deaorlbed lauds in Cootenay diitrirt: -'*'������
ding  ut  a  post marked  "A. J. Dill. __m
corner poatt" laid poit being on the aonW
erly shoreof the latent Airow lakllMf"
due call, on   the  nnrlheuM n.rner of L
Oroup I; thence north ui cbains; eut �����
south -to chains, more nr   ���   ���. to tiie Iii
thenc. following said shore  in a ��outh*��
direellon 50 ehalni. more di 1-*v i��ikt l*J��J
bMlnning, containing WO aeru, nenfl
Dated thii Mb day oi November, 1906
^^^^^^ A.J.Dm.I
per K  L. BrudT, Ajetil.
Notice ii hereby given tbat W ie7*____
I Iniend. to apply lo tbe H rnHfihMMju
Commlsiioner ul tandl aid Worki l-*rJf3|
'���J. HTWaTlaoe'i north weit _or_irij��
it being on theeuterli llde*_JJ
ilou to rnrehaae the foil
Kootenay   dlitrlet
marked
saitl jiost	
Arrow   lake,  aud   at tb
Curler's pre-emption claim; it
theuce south  SD chains,  tbi I
thence south '20 ehalns, lbe
more or leai to the Arrow Ink
easterly  direction fill chains,
place of beginning, containing MO-KM
0M,
I
,,,.��� u .:it.��|
���ni. iota** I
, oriel WW
no.!]
)_tOd thin 29th day of 0,',l,h'r /*.]"' ^.ojfl, j
By his agent, Kknnktii 1. BwigM
NotieelsherebvgHfl.llia:   '   ���>'.��P''!*J
llnlondtoapplytothoHon i hiefO��*-^MU���
of Lands aiiiVWorki for permluioa K> I1 ���J,
the rollowlngdUOrlbod laml-.*-lartiui����E*
planted on the North Weat ���'����JljJ
tbence running twenty chain- Souih, ��*5J
twenty ohalm west, thenee fi
thenee twenty chains Kasl. tbe
South to point of eonimeiM clu
Ing N) acres more or leaa.
i.S��*l
e tvs'eii'tv rh����*l
,,rt!i.i r_d*i
.1   IOTI.*t*l
Haled lhe lit day of Oetotier. IBM.
Blxty tiays after date 1 purpoae
cation lo the Hon, Chief CommlM
and Works for p-ennlsilon I" rM
lowing described land: Coniiii'-1
plaoOO al lbe sontbwesl cornei ol
plication to piirchitse, marked
ner," running UU e HU eham" ni
chains weil; thenee  HO t-bnln- Ml
ehulns Mil to point of oommenco
lug ISO acres more or less.
Dated the 10th ilay Ol October. II
iiinr -^J
Itai-r III**!
tn: ih*rw*jr
Hi: ii.c��*"L
N   ie. is hereby given that do days after date I
sl ,    Vf I |,">   l��, _.'���"  ,l0"- IhethiiBfCnmmlH-
_____ i      t,l'.1 w".rk*mr Pjwroiiiion to pur-
Ko.,, , .f'IU:,wl,lK _tmOt.he\\ lands in West
c. ,,,', V ^lBlr'ot' province <>( hritish Columblai
* muieiieinn at a post marketl "William Tolllng-
In,        ?,  ha "outhweit oornero G��e"Qtioen
M lienI Unlm," and ndjolnlnK the eaat line of
olLit.!. i ]"v l'nil'1tl"". Uieiiee aolUh twuiity tail
Obalni along mM Hno, thenee eaal fortv (40)
w.. fS' ,'!m V"r,h tWMil (��) tdniins. tbonce
common ��nftin|nto�� or leili to tbe place of
Hated lit'lay of Auguit. 1900.
WIUIAM  TOM.INOTOK,
  By bli agent J. K. Taylor.
M,.!.X,?,1.'J,HnftPr<l11101 PUPpiMW'making applb-a-
���'i, . :��� ' ,^1 Commlufoner of Landsand
.h.^.ii -r,,K'r!,li"?Iui1 l0 P'lH'haNe the following
"l p.b w"fl ; (-,,">inenelng at a post murked
.,.,,",   w oorner," adjoining the eaat bound-
,,,'",' 'b-rccH iippliemiun lo purchase, running    hence ft   chains north; thenee 8o chains
wwfj thenoe 80 ohalni south; thenoo80ohaini
_m__�� ,H '. ''"mmencemont, containing -940
acii-s nio e or lens. ���
rated the Uth day of Auguit, 1900.
I    l'l IHCI,
perF, O. Kiuyuiaa,
Notice
Intend
Coinmlaalouor
sioi, lo pnrebaie lb<
111   the West Koolelti .
post marked "JUeanor it
and planted on the we*( "'
Whatahan (Carllnio) Ink
miles aouth of An
'>irtrt**|
porB.BBi��y
���*)��rdi��il
ii bereby givon thai M**Sfal5J^
to apply to the *�������&_rj_\\
sioner of Undsand Worki W*jgm
mrebaie lbe following ,l',;i,,;;illlm:ili|
mom
tfllu
chain
I them
abali
...Mai
_��ff_m
iliisn- of Um Nurrs
sshssrs- In si cpncri-.l n.utt
tlnii mi i-liRlim misri it I'
Illlsiit.l'ont.llilllK Hill BS'i
]>nlc-,l Onl* Bth. 1IHM1
llss
I! II"
F. I,. 1U��I
'JZMtSM_
���s,i. I#___\
 rm
 &
1. lull* a
:,���,.! ni" ;
i.iiie-lssisl,
ol tt'l""ol
Notice la hereby give ii tbalsl:
I inlcnd to apply tothe Hon <
er of Landa and Works fori"
eliase the following descnbe.i
Kootenav tii* .rlct: Hogininm:
������v. BeoomWl h K corner." ��
eodt ihore of Whatihan (<'��'
two mllui north of the narn
lake; thenee north 80 chain;
chains, more or lesa, to the li
following the raid ahore In a
antl eaaterly direellon I'JOfhnn
the point of eommoiicoinrni.
aeroa, moro or leis.
Dated tbla Bth day of Oct., VMI ^ B(c0i
F. L. HAHMUNJ', A|��ul1
���illH��Sf
'""���il
iiiiim ���*"��� mjM������������W
���.������WMHUii'
ANHEUSER    ~AND THE original
BUSCH...    Bud weiser Beer
CALEDONIAN LIQUEUR.
DISTILLERS, 12 and 20 years old.
R. P. RITHET & CO., LIMITED
NELSON       ���*"��� MSS_tt�� -,t""*    VICTORIA
P. Burns & Co.
WHOLESALE   AND RETAIL
MEAT MERCHANTS
Braucl       rk tn in   HoNHland,   Trail,   Nnl*wm,  KuhIo,   Hanrion, Three Fork��, Now
Diinvor nml Sloftfln <'itj.
branch will have
I atlwiiilnn.
Head Office: Nelion, B. C.
LAND NOTICES.
111 rt *.
Ill i'i
.    ..
���Imiiou
illllll" Wl
nfler  dale I purpoHc uiukioe appll-
��� lion, chief Commlnloner 01 letndi
lm |N-rmlaalon   to  purehane  the   fol-
*     I   mini- :     <  -��� ruo.-lo Hi*.- Ht a pout
��oil th weal corner of J. Hhleir* ap-
i    rchaie.  mu'-ked ' H. B*|H   K. cur-
.. thenee 80 Ohaini north, thence HO
thelllW   K'i  Ohalni  Bolilh. theiim* *)
polnl of com meneement, con lain-
in or lesa.
; iih dny of October, I90G.
It Hum.1.,
peri, rtiuict.i., Agent.
- date I purpoNe making uppli-
Hun Chief t Miiimlaaioner of IaihIm
in' pcrmiKiiou 10 purehaae the foi-
I landi:   Commenelni ut i poal
'   lbe  northt-Hlt 1 otj.i - ol 1:   smell'*
ircluue, marked "M. K (i'n h. K.
iiu.- theuce HO t balni north lo the
nr) ol T. I- NH, thenee B ehalni
1   -i ehalna nouth, theuce ho chain**.
- of commencement, Oontainlng '-i '
1 ��� iui.
Utii dnj-ol October, I WW.
M. K. ��KBHKKI.I���
I*_r J KHlKi.l.. Agent.
Ute 1 purpose  making appli*
<   Moo  the Chief t'oiumlnKloner of
������ I*.- for pennh-wlfHt to purcha��e lbe
������-crllied   land:    <-immrii'-ii)^  Ht  a
mil of thc Junction of Harm--* ami
-    nud cant  of   K.J. Elliott'* an
liaM, niarked "IV. N   P>   H. \v.
- 1   nt them-e BOhalni north; thenre
- i."->- Mchalnn Hoiilh: tbeuce so
lo I'oint of eommeneement; contain-
more or leia.
day of October, 1906.
VV. N. POOL*,
Per J.8HHU-, Anenl.
>��� after date 1 parpoM Uakb-g appli-*
in  Hon the rhief OommUuotiet or
"���rki for I'eriiiifwioii to pun-bane the
lererlbcd lantltt:    CommenotQ| at a
tin aontheaatoornerol m. ICOren*
nlltin  io purchaie, market. "V. D'a,
���1.11111 tu; tbenee HO ebuins north;
'       MD chaliih eaal;  Ihence Mi
���   ihence80ohalni w.m, tn point of
���.cut, cfintaiuiriK Mn acres, more or
1 -tb day of October, lflufi.
V. Ut inn
Per J.Hhlell, Agent.
'bj given that M tlavn after dale I
ni'pllcatlon to the Honorable the
inner of l��udn and Work* for pur-
rchaac ihe following diaanbed
dicing ai a poNt on the nortb
ot WM and about J chalnn eunt of
k, running tt Clhalni east: theOOO
. ihence4u ehalni wait: tbenee tt
11 point of i-nmiiiencfiueui, eon-
:i ro or Icmh.
r I-i. I'JUfi.
I.EtiN WATKON,
I* Hgellt, KMUK W. ItOHlNHOS.
II"'1-   ������>���  ��� mi-*r date I nurpOM manlng appll-
fii"ii iml..  Hon  Chief ('nmmlnsloiierof Uinl"
���rk- l,,i- pcrminHloii to  purehaae  the  fol-
-     'i   Inml:   Commencing at a peat
'*���'������    ���   nm  vardu  went of  the Whataban
'I nmi hboo 1 two  iiilUtx  smith  of  What
k-. marked "B. C. H'a N  K. corner pout."
(    1   io.*  ho cliaina   aoutb;   ihence  W
1 hence Bohalni norih;  Ihenee M
-mt of couiiiienceuieul; run ml 11-
or les*.
f Ootober, 1MB.
B.O, hkinnib,
I'er I; Hhiki.i., Agent
_        ..��� "fier date I Intend tn apply to the
E     1 we tin* ''hief Commlnloner ofLandi and
'|-ria, to pureha-.e IHO acrea ol laud,
��� - woat aide of Arrow Inke. adjoining
i -eiibed aa totlown: Commenolng
nilcil  on  the  wchI  houudary of IiOt
'" ehalni north of the H. VV. corner of
* nee weil B ohaini, thenoe iouth ��>
1 anl  HU chalna to the weatern
��� ITc-emntton No. 878, thenee north
place of beginning.
.'���. IBS. M   B. Wau.ky,
H J. Ki.i.iott, Agent.
i ere by given lhat 80 davs alter dnle I
'���'���*��� H|iptieHtlou lothe ftotiorablc the
'"Inner ol Umls and Worki for net*
lollo\.inr   tlenerila-d
K      ,     "       "' I'oilll IM Ct
h'A' "'"-    re or let
I "���''"���        10th dny oft
I "* puichaii  the following deioribed
III.    , l""'"1"'|i',lnc nt a jio-i placed utioiil one
III,*.        ,'     *��"ol��non  creek  and  nhoul  three
i vMiiitsiian lake,rpnnlng80ohalni
HO ehalni  weat;   tbenee HO chalna
i' ni eiiHinn eait, to poim o( oom-
iitalnlng 640 aorei more or lenn.
dair 18, lwn.
hmi UoNauohton
nl-aneul, KitNKHT VV. KoIiinnoN
( l- hereby jMvcn that flo HavK from date 1
' '" apiihr to ihe Honorable the Chief Com*
'"'' '�� Landa ami Worka to |>ureha*-c 040
" "aid deioribed a�� rolluwa: Commencing
"'' planlwl on the north bank of the Little
"��'[. about 200 yarda from mouth, and
1 '1{ McLean'i h. Vi. corner pout,"
'������"I ��' ebntiiH, thenoe north ho ehalni!
^<**-t HOelnitiiH, thenee aouth HOcliaiun, to
( l^'niieiiceiiienl.iiiulconialiiliiRu-loaorei
-'__i___1' 'hiy Oct., loofl,     Hotrr. MoLkan.
Mi?" I.fl,'r t'*,fl I Pttrpoeo making appli
"' "ie Hon chief Oonunhaloner oi Undi
T\* for pcrinlHHlon to purehaae tbe fol-
uiserlbed  landa:    Coiniueiiclng  at the
H,��i corner of v. ihwid'a application to
"'. murked  "C. L. II 'a N. K. corner," run-
.i''l,<''' **���' chnlna month, tbence Hi) chatna
, ',"ln' ��o i-hniiin north, thenoe80 chalm
""point of eonniieiic'iuent, conlalntoi!
���j**. mitre in* \__*.
" Hiel-JtbdHy ()f October, IMM.
C. L. HlNrllNOTCNs
pur J Siiiki.i.. Agent
' 'liiya after date I pui|.oie making appli-
;,  '.��'�� Hon. Chief ConimihHlonei- of Uud-
raa ior periiihislon to purchaie the lol*
*   uuNiiribed   landa:     Commencing   at   "
!   " ',''   ��i   the   Oprthweat corner   of   "K
,_"-'< i application  to   pitroliaie,  marlfd
���ft corner," ronnlng thence 80 chain''
���   "������"���'''u��'i ohalna went, thonce (to obalm
'   ('' "'* ���' mialni eaat to polntof eomnn-n
ionuiiiiRC.0 aotei, more or l��fH.
1110 uth dayol Ootober, twit
K. mmi-jtT.ti'S.
ptir J. Bhiill, Agent.
Notice lm hereby given tbat 60 ilr��y*�� after date 1
Intend to apply to [be Honorable the Chief Com-
uilHBloiier of Landl uud Worku for iiermlaaion to
nurdiaiie the following <leaerit��-d lundH in the
Weil Koolenay iljitrici:   B��finning at a iM(at
marked "Alexander kraaer'i s. w. comer," and
lilnnied ou the eaat nbure of the narrowa of
Whmtlban (Cariboo) lake, at theH E. corner of
B-rnhard Blrieh'l application tO purchnse;
thence eaml 4ti ebaiiiv; theuee mouth HO ehaina;
the nee weKMochatuv, more or less, to tbe Bhore
of the narrowi; ibenee following tneeald ihore
in a northerly direction m cliMins, more or leaa
lo lhe point of comun neemeiil, contailiiiiR .TJH
acre-*, more or less.
Oct   llth, IBS, AUCXANIlER KKAHKH.
by F L. Hamhiwii, AgenL
Hixty day* afu-r  tlate I nurptme mnkitiR appl
cuiion to tin- Hon, i"htef ('ommlHnioner of Lend
11-
antl   VVorkm  lor  nermltimion to purebaae the fol**
lowing fjHorfbed landi;   Ootunenelng al the
Dortheaat corner ol i' I. Haiiuiiigliiu'K application to purchaie, niarked "E. A, 0%!, K. corner,"
i -. H n iiu- thence HO . hh in- north, thence hii , tm m-
wckI, theuce mi cliHinm lOUth, tbenee HO e hal iin
cum to [Mitnt of commencement, run tain I iik M0
aorei, more or Ian.
Hated the lifth day of October, 1906.
I*. A. Ckkanr,
per J  Blllll.l. Agent.
Notice ih hcr��-bv glvtm that 00 dayn afler tlate
I intend tounplv lothe Hon Chief CommiHuioiier
of Landl am! Workmfor p_trm_ailOn to purehaHe
the following deaeribed landl in Went Kootenay
DlHtnct: IbRliinlug at a Jntat marked. "Hern-
bant Ettnohai ft corner," and planted on the
sail ihore of the narrow*, ol Whetibaa (Oariboo)
lake, thenee n rth HO ebalus theuce weat 40
chaium moreor learn, to lhe shore of Whatahan
lake: thence foliowiiiR Haiti mhore In a general
southerly antl em-derly direction 1-OchaiiiH more
or lean, lo point of commencement: eontainiug
.Hai urea, more or Icnb.
Dated tbU Sth dayof Oct. 1106.
ItEItNKARI) HlRacll,
K. 1.. Hammomi. AKent
Sixty dan after date I purpoae making application lo t'-e Hon. tbe Chief Cummtaatoner of
1 Hii-1-. ami VVorkm for jiennlaaion to purehaHe the
lollowlng deaeribed land; CominenclnR at a
pomi placed about balf n mile went of turnip
creek, and alMiut one mile north ol the mouth of
theiame, markeii '*J. 8'a. H \V. eoruer," running
thonce Nl ehalni. north; thenee -Bit chalna earn:
thence Ho ihains mouth to tbe north boundary of
VV. N. Poole'm application to purehaae; thence 80
chain* west to point ol commencement; eontainiug i-l" acre* more or leim.
Dated the 18th dav of October, I90C.
J. KhikM..
Hlxty davs af!**��r date 1 purpose makiiiR application lo the Hon. Chief CoinmlHsfoner of Laudx
and Works for permtnlon to pnrehaae the following denrlbed lands: <:ommeuclugata )>oil
nlaeeu alatiH balf a mile weet of the lower end of
whaU'iau lake, marked "H. D'b. K. \\ .corner,"
riiiinirig tbenee HO chatum south; thence HO cbains
east; theuce W chains north; thence HO chain*
went to point of commencement, containing Mi-1
ncrem, more or lena
Dated thc llltb day of October, 190(1.
d. Dora.
Ver J. Biiiili., Agent.
K xty days after date I purpome making appli-
ralloii' to the Hon Chief Commiamioner of l_uitla
and Wo km fur permlnion to purchase iho following denrlbed landa: < ommenclng at the
northwest comer of K A Create'a application to
purchaie. marked "W. <i. 0*1, H W. eoruer,"
riinnliiK thence HO chainm north; thenee HO
chama easi; tbeuce HO chains aouth; (hence hxi
chainm wemt to point of commencement, eontnln-
ilig 640 acres, more or lemm.
Dated tbe Uth day ol Ootober, i��*.
W. O.Gt-Ir-R-.
I'er J. Hiiiem.. Agent.
Hlxty days after date 1 purpose making appll-
eation lo the Hon. t-hlef Commissioner of Lands
ainl Works for permission to purchaie the following described lands: Commeuelng at the
DOrtbWnt corner of D, Hndd's application to
purchase, marked "M. K'a ��. Vi. comer," running
thence Ho chains norlh; thenee -HO chains, more
or less, to the wesl shore of Whatahan lake, fol-
lowing .ame 80 Ohaltti moulh; theuce HO ehalna,
more or l&n, easl to the point of commenn-metit.
containing OtO acres, more or less.
Dated lhe ISth day otOOtOber, tBCS.
M. Kai'*.1'ikh,
per J. HtfiKLL, Agent.
Nollee lm hereby given that sixty days after
dute I intend lo apply to the Honorable Chlof
Commlnloner of [Midi and Worki for permission to purchnse (he followlni; described lands:
Commending al h posl placed on the nortii wml
corner of Whorl Rllioti'ieppllcatlon topurchaae,
muiiitiK  80 chains   oast  along   the   northern
I ndary   of   same:   theliee   HO cbaina  norlh:
tbenee Hnchiilus west; th* nee Ho ebalus south, lu
point of oommenoement, containing i>4n aerea,
moro or len.
Dnted Ocl. 18, UM. J"��N BlAKB*.
Hy his Bgent, Ebnmt W. Kohinson.
Notice is hereby given thai 00 days aller dale I
Intend lo apply to the Hon. Chief Oomiiilaaloticr
nf i.Biidm and Works lor permission to purchase
lhe following described lamls shunted In the
West Koolenay dlsirlct: Beginning at a poet
niarked " Herbert Warren's N. K. corner," and
i.lanted on the w- st shoreof Wbatslian fOarlboo)
lake, about onc-qiiurter mile north of the southern end of the lake; thence west HO chalna; Ihence
soulb Ho chains; thence eaat HO chains, more or
less to Whutshaii creek; thenee following
north along the creek and lake shore HO chaius,
in ore or less, to polul of commencement, con-
Ululiig Cli) acre?:, more or lesa
lateVi this Hth day or October, IU0B.
IlKHIlCRT  WaKRKH,
F. L, Hammond, Agont.
Nollee Is hereby given thai 60 davs after date I
intend io apply lo the Hon. t hief Commissioner
of lands nnil WorkK for permission to mirebasc
the follnwlni mao^^ed binds sttnatod In the
Wesl Kooteiiuy p^rirt: Beginning at a post
nuked '*Ai;toi' Ue Hirch's N. K. corner," aud
Hi*!' on H * Bhore of Whatshan (Oariboo)
ikent lhe HUthoait eorner of the said lako;
Lh_m_e_oath*OohalniJ thence west .o chains,
moreor less to the shore of Whatshan ereek:
thfltifla following the shore line of maid creek aud
���Icln a genera- northerly and eaaterly dlroc-
on so chains, more or Ion. to point of com-
inonoemetit; oontainlng wo -crea.moro or leas
(!<-ll;1,h',Wfl' ANi_iN_rrra hibich,
lly l'\ L. U-1HHON0, AgenL
The Daily Canadian
WORK IS LtFT TO A FEW
20,000  Club   Meeting   Poorly   Attended
���T,  G.   Procter    Becomes    Preai-
dent���Proflren on Pamphlets.
Tre regular nionlhly general meeting of the 20,000 club wuh held ln the
board of trade rooms last night at
8: .0. T. 0. Procfter, vice president,
Occupied the chair. The attendance of
member! was very disappointing, conflicting tin; work in hand and the
fact, that an expansion of the eeope oi
the cIuIi'b advertising scheme is contemplated.
The secretary read lhe minutes ol
the last general uud commiltee meetings, which were adopted; and also
lead the replies from Kamloops and
MrmBe Jaw club to his letters of Inquiry as to the extent, Character and
results of the work done by ea_U in
advertising their respective iow,is ami
districts,
The letter from Agent QaoerH-l J.
H. Turner, already published Itl l fie
Canadian, wan also read.
A letter from F. M. lllack, president
of the club, tendered his resign ttiOB
oii account of lack ot time '.o attend
to the duties. J. M. Lay suggested
that action be deferred to the end ol
the year, but it was resolved to accept
Mr. mack's resignation and T. G. Procter was elected by acclamation to the
vacant post, the duties of which he
has been performing already for several months.
J. M. hoy, treasurer, reported aJI
debts paid and a balance In hand of
fftOJ.9.
M. S. Parry sjwke briefly, explain
Ing the failure, financially, of the
Koscian Opera company's performance
under club auspices.
The entertainment commitlee reported recommending that n club ball be
given in the opera house during the
first week in .Iannary. Tliey considered that a series of dances, which
was formerly contemplated, would nol
be a profitable undertuklng.
The advertising commiltee reported
progress on the new pamphlet
K. K. Beeston slated that the additions required to earn the city council's   grant   of   ?200   would   cost  about
Hixly days after date I Intend to apply to the
Honorable lbe Chief (���'oramU-'Sloner of Landsand
Works to *,iin*li>iM* 640 acres of land, located In
Fire Valley, on we>t side of Armw lake: (.ommenclng al a post planted 40 chains we-t of the
southwett corner of J. Koblnson'a pre-emption
and marked J. \V _ K. E. corner, and running
north Wl chains, thence west 60 chains, thence
suuth 80 cbaina, tbenee east 80 cbains to place of
commencement
Nov. 16th, PJOCi. Jane \Vi;,;.iois,
J. E, Annaiu.k. Agent.
Nutic. Is hereby given thai (H) days alter date I
intend lo anply to tlie Hon. Chiell-nmmtsslnnerof
Landaand Worka, Victoria, for permlnion I" pur
itan the following described land, situated In
tbe Weal Kootenay district, on the west side of
Muhamel (or Bix Mile) ereek, near wagon road,
about three milea from Kootenay lake: Commencing at a |tosimarked "James .(. Duck's s W.
post," running '20 chalna eaat, thencfl 20 chains
north, llienee W) chains wea', tbenee 20 chains
south, to lhe point of commencement, containing 40 acres u! iiuiit. in -rt* or leaa.
Bated Utfa November, WW.
Located by James J. Puck.
per Jons E. TAVLon. Agent.
Blxty days after tlate I iniend toapply to the
Hnn Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works.
Vietoria, to purchase lftll aeres of land about two
miles b**low Burton City, West Kootenay, commeneing a' a poit marked "J. A. Irvlng's east
eorner post," said pnst being on tbe easterly end
ot au Island west of I-u i. ������!., and clalmlug all the
laud eon tallied in said Island, ta'lng about one
mile lit au easterly and westerly direction and
about 8(1 i-hnlus frum north lo south.
Boremher nth. laofi. J. ���**. lavnio,
  J E. Ankari.k, Agent.
���Sixty davs after dale I intend to applv to the
lion. Dhlw Commlnloner of Landi and works,
Victoria, to pnrchase 40 aeres of land, situated
nn the weat side of Arrow Lake, about Iji-j milei
below Burton, antl de.eribcd ai foUotra: Com-
menctliK ai a piwt planted at the northeaat
corner of Lol 71.0, and running north 20 chains;
tbenee wesi HO chains. Iht.nee south HO cliaina,
.bene
Nov. Uth, 1MB,
 J. K. Askable, Agent.
Notloe Is here by given that sixty dnys after dale
I intend to apply to the Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for permlnion to pureliase tlie following described lands, a,:0 acres,
starting at a post marked Catherine Toye, and
plauied on the east shore of l*iwer Arrow iake,
near QladltOM Creek, theuce 40 chains east,
thenee HO chains north, tlience -Ul chains west to
lake shore,   lbence aoutb along lake shore to
polntof commenoement
Dated this 13th day of Beptember,__06.
Citiibrinc Tove,
Hauhy (iliisoN. Agent.
Sixtv days after d -le I Intend to apply to-the
Hun. tbe Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works
to purchase H��u neres of laml:   Com mencing at a
put planted on the west aide of six milecreaa,
on wagon road, about two and one half miles
from Kontenay lake, and marked "Neil Me
Kechnle's B. West corner pur,*' Ihcnce east 4(1
chalna, tbeuce north 40 cbains, thence wcsl 40
ohalni, thence south 40 chaiua, Rf place of commencement
Located this 10th day of November. I'JOO,
Nan. ,Mi Kk. ii- ii:.
Hixty dayi alter date i intend to apply to the
Honorable the t-hlef Ctniimlasiiiner of Lninls ami
Works, Victoria, to pureliase PU) acres of land,
located In Kire valley and denrlbed ai followi.
Ci iiinieiuiiiK at a post marked li. B, McM's N.W.
corner, and planted at the southwest corner of
lol 7M-'., and rnnuing aouth Hi chains, thence
eii-i .'ii chains, thenee north 80 chaiua, tbence
west 20 chains In placoof begtiiuiug
Nov. mh, mm. u*o. B. mi-mhxan,
J, E. Annahlk, Agent.
Sixty days after date I Intend to apply lo tlu*
Hon Chief Comm Us loner of Landa and Works.
Victoria, to purchase 480 acres of land, in Kire
Valley, West Koolenay : Commeneing at a post
planted ��i ohalni welt ol the 8, w, oorner oi J.
Kobinson'H pro einpllon, and marked W- W'I N.
K. corner, and running wesl 80 chains, tbenee
south 80 chains, thence east ft) chaiua, thence
north 80 ehains to place ol beginning
Nov. 181 h, WW. William Willi a mi,
J. K. ANNAHLE, Agent-
Notice is liereby given tbal 60 daya alter date I
Intend to make application tothe t'onorable the
(.hie' Commissioner of Units and Worka for permlaslon to purchase the fulluwlua dose iWl
lands: Commencing at a post planted on the
northeast eo tier of Peter McNaugntuii's application to pnrehaa *, lollowlng the oast boundary of
aame ho chains south; tlience 80 chains east;
tbenco 8<i cbaina north; thence 80 chains weat to
point of commencement, coutalnlng 640 acres,
more or less.
l>ol��d Ocl. IS. 19W. A Linear Ki.Limr,
By bis agent En nest W. BnuiNSON.
Hlxty davs afler date I Intend loapply to the
Hou the Chief Commissioncm! Landsand *���* orka
to purehase IHO acres of laud: Commencing at a
post marked "N.T B'a southeast eorner poat,"
���aid posl ti'iin: at tho northeaat corner of Geo.
Hudnou's preemption claim, aboul two milea
eoutheait of Burton t'lty, llienee west 40 ebalus,
iouth 20 chaini, west 40 chains, nortb 41) chaiua,
oast 80 ehalni, soutli 20 ebatua to place of eom-
meneeiiieut, containing 24u acrea.
Looaioa8th dayol Nov.WW.   NbttikT. BUR.
$100 more, but would be a great Improvement.
The secretary waB, insti_i_t_d to
write for cuts ot Lhe city power plant,
exterior and interior, the high school
and the new Bank of Commerce building.
W. J. Wilson was elected to thc entertainment committee to fill the vacancy cuused by the retirement of A.
W. Hyndman, otherwise the standing
committees  were  returned  unchanged.
The club then adjourned to December.
Lord Grey'a Birthday-
Ottawa, Nov. 28.���Earl Grey, governor-general of the Dominion, was fil'ty-
flve years old loday and thu anniversary was remembered with felicitous
messages of greeting from frifnds in
many parts of the world. Lord Grey
lias accepted un Invitation to speak tomorrow night before the Canadian Club
of Toronto.
London, Nov. 28.���No official in the
British diplomatic or colonial service
Is held In higher esteem at home than
Lord Grey, the governor-general ol
Canada, aud this feeling of regard was
evidenced today by the number or cordial greetings sent to Ottawa on the
occasion of Lord Grey's birthday. Aside
irom his notable official services Karl
Grey has won the gratitude of all
Englishmen by his earnest work In the
cause of practical temperance and
social betterment.
Earl Grey, who succeeded Lord
Minto as governor-general of Canada,
was born Nov. 28, 1851, and is a descendant of a famous Liberal statesman.
Ills father was that General Grey who
was for so many years private secretary first to the Prince Consort and
then to Queen Victoria, accompanying
King Edward on the occassion of his
tour in America forty years ago. Lord
Grey won his spurs as an administrator
of great ability in South Africa. The
family of Lord Grey has been situated
at Howlck, In Northumberland, since
the sixteenth century. The first Earl
Grey was one of the commanding officers of the British forces In the
American War of Independence, and
England owes to him and to Lord Vincent the possession of the greater portion of the West Indies. Lady Grey
is the daughter of Robert Holford. a
Umdon millionaire, - and Is very
wealthy in her own right. The Greys
have four daughters and a son, the
latter bearing the title of Viscount
Howlck.
Temporary Insanity.
Little Falls, N. Y., Nov. 28.���The
body of Rev. John Sanford, aged 2b
yeara, pastor of the MethodiBt church
at Salisbury Centre, ten mileB from
here, was found hanging in the parsonage at thai place by the trustees
of the church tonight. The minister
had been missing since Saturday.
M r. Sanford was unmarried, and
came here from England two yeara
ago. 11 Is believed that temporary insanity caused the act.
The government of British Columbia hereby offers a reward of
$1000 for Information leading to
the arrest and conviction of one
Frank Cedio, alias Frank Agalio
Paimblanc, who on the 18th Inst,
at the Canada hotel at Niagara,
B. C, murdered Louise King by
means of dynamite or Other explosive.
Description of Frank Cedio,
alias Frank Agalio Paimblanc:
Italian, age about 38 years:
height, about 5 feet 6% Inches;
weight, about 150 pounds; brown
hair, light brown moustache;
may be clean shaven now; eyes
light blue, thin face, small thin
nose; slight scar on one cheek,
extending downwards from eye
to corner of mouth.
When last seen wore dark grey
suit with black stripes, plaid pattern and tanned high top laced
boots.
Wire or otherwise report Immediately any information to Mr.
I. A. Densmore, Provincial Constable  .Grand  Forks.
By order,
F. S. HUSSEY,
Supt.  Provincial   Police.
Certificate of Improvements
NOTICE
"Hpvglaas" ami "-Globe*' mineral claima, roltutte
In Trout Lake Mining IHvInIoii.
Locatcil ou I'nplar creek.
Tiulr Notice Unit I, Bruce Wlille acliti{. aa
agent fur the Spyglass Mining ' o.. Free Mluera'
OerUfleate Ko B.M96, inteud. fn daya from the
date hereof, to applr to the M intiiu Kecorder Ior
a CertlDoate of Improvement! for the purpose of
obtaining a Crown (Irani of the above claima.
Ami further take notice that action, under
-Section >I7, must be commenced before the Ikhii-
anee of mch Certificate of Improveineuta.
Daied 2*tli October, mai. IIimti: Wimtk.
Certificate of Improvements
notice
"Keltpae No. 2," "Vcvey," "Happy Meilium,"
"International" and "A la Fractional" mineral clalniH, situated In the Slocan Cily Mining
Dlrlalun ol Weat Kooteuay distriet.
Where located:���Nortii of Twelve Mile cretli,
aboilt two mile*-, up.
Take notice that I, H. K. Jorand, of Blocan, F.
C, Free Miner's ��� .rrliiieiite No. U78HUU, aa agent
for h. A, Colo, Free Miner'�� Certificate No. S461H,
lulend, sixty dan trom the date hereof, to app y
tothe Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements, for the purpoae o_f obtaining a t'rown
Urant of aald mineral cluilns
And further ink ���  notice that action, unr-er
Section 37, must Im* commenced before the laau-
ancc of muli Certificate of Improvementa,
Dated thla 'JUth day of September, li .Mi.
H. ft. JOBAMD.
Silver King Hotd
BAKKE BTRKET, NEI_BON
Best Dollar a day honae in the Kootenaya.
Rooms are well furnished.   Table aa good as any
In Nelaon.     Bar supplied with good
llanora and clean.
W. B. MoCAl-DLISH- Proprietor.
Tremont House
European and American Plan
Meali K cU.   Rooma frnm V. ate. to 11
Only While Help Kmployed
MALONE  &  TREGILLUS
BtkfT It* Nelson Proprietors
Bartlett   Hotise
UKO. W. BARTKBTT,
Proprietor.
Best DolUr-a-Diy House in Nelson.
The Bar ls tbe Plnoat.
White Help Only Employed.
Joseph I rie Rt.
Lake View Hotel
Corn��r HaU and Vunion,
two blocks from wharf.
GEORGE HARRISON, Proprietor.
Kates $1 ft) per day and up.
Telephone 118.
Grand Central Hotel
J. A. ERICKSON, Proprietor.
Centrally Located. Open Day and Night.
Hample and Bath Boomi Free.
Opposite Court House and Post Ofllce.
Coiner W-rd and Vernon Street,.
Tne Strathcona
Nelson, B.O.
B. Tomkins, Manager.
The Leading Hotel in the
Kootenays.
Oood   Sample    Room*
Queen's Hotel
B��-er Btreet. Nelion. B. 0.
Lighted by Electricity *nd
Heated by Hot Air
RATES |2 PER DAY
L-rge Mid ComlorUble Bedroom, .nd First-
claail'lulug Room. Sample Room, lor Commercial Men
MRS. B. C. CLARKX, FroprletraK
Royal Hotel
MRS. WILLIAM ROBERTO,
rBOpamrai.
Ri.tee tl and $1.60 a Day.
Si- i-iftl Ratee to Begnlar Bcarden.
WEST KOOTENAY
BOTCHER CO.
Wholesale and Retail Dealera In
Fresh and Salted Meats
Oamps anpplied on shortest notice aud
lowest price. Nothing bnt fresh and
wholesome meats and snpples kept in (stock
Mail orders receive careful attention.
E. C. TRAVES.   Manager.
XV.   O.   dlLL-ETT
Contractor and
Bulldwr.
Side agent (ur the Porto Hlco Lumber Co., Ltd.,
retail yards. Kough and drc^aad lumber, turned
work and bracketa, C'oaat lath and .sliinnles, rash
and doora. Cement, brick and lime for aale.
Automatic grinder.
Yard and factory: Vernon Ht.. east of Hall,
NELSON,   B. C
P 0. Box -��_. Telephone 178.
West Transfer Co.
GE0KGE F, MOTION. Manager.
General Teamsters and Dealers in
Ooal and Wooi.   Express and
Baggage Transfer
AGENTS FOR IMPERIAL 0E CO.
���___!_. 18  Office: Baker St.
.s-
YfflR UCENSE DISTRICT.
Notice ls hereby given that at a meetlUR of the
Board of License Commissioners, to be lio'd In
llie Chief < .inMnMc'*** offlce, Nelson, on the 15th
December, 1** r>, 1 intend toapply fo* a transfer of
my HeeiiM! for the drove Hotel, Fairvlew, Nelaon,
tnC K. Wnlmalev
I>atcd ISth Nov.. 1KB. J W- CROW,
par Vie, 0O8NELL, Attorney.
YMIR LICENSE DISTRICT.
No too ia hereby given that at a meeting of the
Board of License Commlsa'oners, to be neld ln
Chief Constable's office, at Nelson, on i.-th December, 19on, 1 Intend to apply for a transfer of uy
hotel license Iur the 1'eluec hotel, at Ymir, to
Archibald A Ifevla
llth November, Ittt. MITCHELL TAIT.
$750 Cash and $15 per Month
Witt Purchase a Modern House
containing three, bedrooms, Dining room, parlor, kitchen and
bathroom ; gas and electric light.     The house is in a
good position on Mill street and
must be sold.
Price $1300.00.
H. <& M. BIRD.
��T .       . f ������.  TO   TAKE OUT   AKi	
JNOW IS the 1 lme Accident Insurance Policy
SIDEWALKS  ARE SLIPPERY.      TAKE NO CHANCES.
I Represent The Railway Passengers' Company
The Oldest Company Doing Buiineu In Thi* Line.
T. G. PROCTER
REAL   ESTATE   AGENT,  NELSON.
Choice Fruit
Lands
I Have 10,000 Aem
oi the
Choicest Frott Lands in
British Cohtmbta.
Can sell any quantity from 5 acres to 2,000 in one block.
Buy now and get the ground floor prices.
J. E. ANNABLE,
Nelson, B. C.
We Witt Sell
1000 Yale-Kootenay Ice  9 t-2c
Insurance* Fruit Lands, Real Estate.
McDermid & McHardy
'��� ���������-"���' ���'���  ���������!   I I I ���.���������-..������������ ���_���
The Hall Mining and Smelting
Company, Limited.
NELSON, B. O.
Purchases Lead, Copper and Dry Ores.
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
RAILWAY
Winter  Excursions
East
$78^.25
Nelson To Montreal, Toronto
ta Ontario ud Quebec.
Quebec. St. John Halifax, and Marl-
time Provinces rates on application.
Tickets on sale daily,
NOVEMBER 24 to DECEMBER 31.
Round Trip, First-Class. Three Months'
Limit, Old Country Rates
$89.25 Return
Halifax nr 81. John.
RETURN OCEAN  FARES���
Saloon, %9&; Second, $76; Steerage,$54
And up, according to Bteamer.
For detailed information, sailings,
ocean steamers, first class or tourist
sleeper reservations, apply to local
agent or write
K. J. OOYLE,
A.O.I*. ...Vancouver.
J. 8. CARTER,
D, P.A., Nelaon
Old Curiosity Shop
If you want to buy or sell anything,
go to the Old Curiosity Shop. A new
line of Japanese Goods now on sale. All
kinds   of   Dinnerware In   stock.   Prt-
.NOTICE
Notice ti hereby flven that the p*irtiur��lil|)
heretofore BubtUtlttf between tin, tbe uniUrilrn-
e-l, as hotel ketiut-ra tn thu town ol Khult, Ilrttlih
Columbia, 1ms thli'Uy b*en cUuoivcd ky mutual
OOUMOt.
Dfttad thla 'Oik .lay of October, MW.
JAMBS O. MnGBADK,
KKtiUK-KICK WAUHHOUKMI.
Willie-*:  Ale*, txevest, Philip P. tfeCaUum.
Excursions to
Eastern Canada
GOING BY THK
Oriental Limited
With through tourists car to
Chicago.
To Toronto, Montreal
aud points west
-ST $78.25
Corresponding low ratea to
points east of Montreal.
Tickets on sale Nov. 24th to
Dec. 31st. Good for three months
with privilege of extending limit
Going via Sault Ste Marie
stopovers allowed east of St.
Paul and Duluth.
Going via Chicago Btopovers
allowed east of Detroit and
Port Huron.
For  further  Information call
on or address
H. E. DOUGLAS,
City Paaaenger Agent.
S. G. YERKES,
A II. P. A.. Seattle.
Pf���S0N $1.50
A collection "of all the Latest
Shapes and Sizes.   A free
smoking and most satisfactory pipe.
W* cA. mURIMN*
Tobacconist,  Baku Street.
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The Daily Canadian
Invest Yotit Dollars
here instead of in the east. Our values are
as good aud better than Eastern values.
We do not want you to take our word for
it, bring your catalogues and find out for
yourselves.
J. O. PATENAUDE
TATCHMAKKR.
MANfFACTTRlNU JEWELLER,
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JOIN    THE    LADIES    AND    SEE
THE
I New Xmas Fruits
SECOND   SHIPMENT    NOW    IN
PEKUS
CITRON,  LEMON. ORANGE AND}
CUT   MIXED   PEEL. *
'Seeded Raisins,Sffll
Fine, clean, juicy stock. A trial ���
ordt-r will convince you that the j
stock Is the best. 2
Bell Trading Co,
V��������-rV"*W-��� *�� WW _���������-*������������->
Coal and
Wood
Telephone 265
Some Wise Body
Has Said:
In    England    they    raise   fine
horses      In   Scotland   they   raise ]
fine men.
In .England they feed their oats
to horses. In Scotland tliey feed
their oats to men.
Feed yourselves   and    children f
OD
B. & K. Rolled Oats
nnd then watch the iv-.nl.p.
B & K. Rolled Onts in Mb. 'Jolb and *
40lb sacks for sale at
��Joy's Cash Grocery j
Cor Josephine nnd Mill Sti.      Phone 19
Waterproof Paints
Coal Tar, Pitch,
Creosote, Oils for
Preserving Timber,
Roofing Pitch and
Paints.
Boat Builders will tind it tsi tbt-ir nil-
vnnlisp  to utso our Pitch
Nelson Coke & Gas Co.
BAKER SI.
OPPOSITE
QUEENS
HOTEL	
L
Nelson
Bowling;
Alley
4--FIRST-CLASS ALLEYS-4
Potter & Cummings
PROPRIETORS
Chocolates
OUR SPECIAL LEADER
I lb. box   -   50c
J-2 lb. box-   30c
Thesegoodl an* h* tine as the mort-M'xpen*slve
kludli tlii; uuly illiTrr-.'iii*e Is thu pack-age.
TRY A  BOX.
Longhurst's
Phone 25. Baker St.
Next P. Bump & Co.
HOTEL  ARRIVALS.
Cor. V.rnon und Ward   Slrcets,
NELSON,   tl. O.
J. FRED HUMK, Proprietor,
G. M. Miliar, C. Gilroy, H. S. Pyke,
\V. D. Duke, E. Rich-unl. on, R. M. Kal-
berg, H. H. McLeod. P. P. Wilson,
Vancouver; E. B. Chipman, Kaslo; G.
W, Hanlon, A. H. Joy, Portlaildffl G.
K. Mosser, Spokane; R. Weaver, ������_..
Harvey, Victoria; H. Alexander. Miss
Gritcc Merry, Toronto; J. C. Hyndman, Wiunineg; Miss Alys Bateman,
E, Parlovitz, London.
STRATHCONA.
T. 11. Tretheway, La Plata mone; A.
Aib.il, Montreal; W. L. McLaughlin,
Kaslo; A. D. Wheeler and wife, Spo-
- tan *. 1 H. Gillies, Ymir; J, Kaye, J.
L. N'orrie. Emporium; C. Mair. I^eth-
brfdgf : 11. B. Neville. F. A. Macdougall.   Vancouver;  H. Green, Toronto.
QUEEN'S.
J. Nezas, Scrantou; R. Bell, Salmo:
T, D. Woodcock, ll. I. Kirkwood, SIo-
i an; .1. G. R.veler, Port Simpson; J.
B. McCallum. Cranbrook; G. H. Goe*
bei. New York.
GRAND CENTRAL.
O. H. Burden. A. C. Dee, Crawford
Ray; A. Grant, J. W. Hearu, Salmo;
.1. Freeman, Erie; Mrs. G. Fair, Mc-
l.-nii; Mrs. H. D. Cameron. Toronto;
Mrs, J. C. McDougall, Seattle; Mrs.
Brandon, Stratford; Miss Anderson, J.
Cunningham, H. Mickey, Cranbrook;
K. Zimmerman, Slocan; A. H. Mc*
Isaac, D. .1 Steele, San Francisco.
LAKEVIEW.
L Sickles, Calgary; G. Northern, H.
Mathews, Creston.
BARTLETT.
T.  James,  Blue   Bell  mine;    G.    R.
Nicol,  C.  E. Campbellson, Silver  King
mine;  A. Bell, Camborne.
ROYAL.
C. Medley, Cascade; G. Smith, Rev-
eistoke.
SILVER KING.
N   McKechnie. Silver King mine;  T.
L. Bloomer, Castlegar;  J. Storr, West-
ley.
TREMONT-
L.  Roncreaux.  R. Tulpey,  Montreal;
D. Johnston .Ferguson.
Pure Ontario Honey
5 Pound Cans     90c
10 Pound Cans $J.75
). A. IRVING & CO.
Telephone 161.
HOUSTON BLOCK
WANTED
AMI   SKWIXii
lllll; ,-MAKISI
Wei I-. isissis-ss Royal Hunk
.-io mkn. hi- once, f'si
Bi-rllsn
���   Apply
LADY HTEXOISIIAI'IIKK (ssr pss.illl.sli III i-iiuiilrj-
Qood boms with mi,'
S..SSS   W.. I'sSSSMsilslIS llflll-
employer'! family.    Applj
msiiMKN, Mill lUndiandLouiuContnetorij
Hlitss KiiKlm-s-r Wrtttsslsssru l.nniisi-r Co., nenr
I'niiilsrook.B. C	
l*OM F'KTKNT NIKS-. II1RL. Flvs- children.
Apply 1X1X6111.
TO LET
TWO J-'lkST-*'I.A.-H R1II1MH. iti-sim hi-ntcd.   Apply li.ssi.s-lsss-psT. sir I Ilm. K   W. I*, lilwte	
FOR  SALE
DRY ('KI)AU I.OiIrt for Uriels. Apply in Tremont
Hotel
I'IM'NIXU ANH
���sl is.. Apply
NOTICE
KAFTINI1 i-srtflllly mtellsl-
JIAKRY WILLIAM.",
Silver Kmj Hotel.
\    LOCAL AND PROVINCIAL   j
lt-*J\/^*/*k*'**>*<\M*^
R. S. Lennie, barrister, left for Rev
i-Uioke this morning on protessiouai
business.
Silver advanced two jioints on each
market loday. Lead declined two
points in London.
A. D. Wheeler and Mrs. Wheeler
have returned to Nelson and are
guests at the  Strathcona.
A. C. Garde, manager of the Argenta
mines, is home on a visit. He reports
good progress with the development
work.    .
The funeral of the late Mrs. Jane
Crlohton Orr took place this afternoon
at 2:30 from J. H. Ringmse's resi
dence,  Fairview, to the cemetery-
At the regular meeting of Nelson
aerie, F. O. E., to be held in Fraier
nity hall tonight at 8 o'clock, the nominations of officers for next year will
be held. A full attendance is re*-
-quested.
One vagrant appeared in the city
police court this morning and was given 12 hours to leave town. He claimed to be an acrobat, but admits that
he has not lately found employment af
his calling.
The members of the Ladies' Aid ol
St. Paul's church are preparing an entertainment to be held in the opera
house during the afternoons and eve
uings of December 6 and 7. They
will serve tea and sell candies in the
afternoon and in the evenings there
will be programs of musical and dramatic numbers. A novel and interesting plot has been adopted for the latter and several successful rehearsals
have already been held.
The members of the Eduard Parlovitz Concert company arrived in the
city last night and are at the Hume
hotel. Herr Parlovitz is well enough
known to Nelson music lovers to need
no recommendation. Alys Bateman
is one of the best of English sopranos
of today, and Miss Grace Merry, a
young Torontonian. has already scored brilliant successes as an entertainer. In response to a local request,
Miss Hateman has promised to sing
'Annie Laurie." The curtain will rise
at 8:45 sharu.
"OUT   IN   IDAHO."
New   Western   Melodrama    Billed    for
Sherman's Opera  House  Dec. 3.
New York's big melodramatic success, "Out in Idaho," under the direction of Ed. 9. >danjgi>& Co., 12. West
Fortieth street, New York city, will
be produced with the original cast,
with all its effects, under the leadership of the adapter, H. Webb Chamberlain, at Sherman's opera house on
Monday, December 3. "Out in Idaho'
is the most successful Western play
since the days of "M'liss" It is an
adaptation of all of Rrette Harte's famous Western stories, and is the quintessence of all of them. It is a melodrama true to Western life in the
early days. The management has gone
to extremes in making "Out in Idaho"
true to nature. The Western atmosphere has been obtained by procuring
and using two trained Western broncos in the production, together with
Mist, a dog with almost human intelligence, a pup of Maid of the Mist, the
$5000 bench dog. "Out in Idaho" is
a play that always pleases and Is pronounced by both press and public to
be the best melodramatic attraction on
the road this season.
Trains and Boat*.
Crow boat���On time.
Coast and Slocan train���On time.
Boundary train���On time.
Rossland train���On time.
The Store of Quality
SALADA
TEA
40 Cents per Pound
In order to clenr out this line
wo are reducin�� the price to
40c We only have a limited
quantity so don't deluy ordering if you -wool any.
MM.Hood&Co.
K. W. C. Block . Phono 10
Coal! Ice! Wood!
Phone 265
Yale-Kootenay Ice, Frait,
Foel & Poultry Co., Ltd.
OFFICII
N. E. cor. Baker   and  Ward  Sts.
Don't Overlook
This
REMEMBER TO  SEE  THE
BEAUTIFUL   SILVER   PIECES
WE HAVE PUT IN  STOCK
FOR THE
CHRISTMAS   TRADE.
Tea  Sets.   PuJdsm:    LUshes.    litiue:*
Pishes.   M<s*a*    Ks-rltss.    Ptdck   '���'
Knives, For'-s. Spoons, os... feffl ol 'JI-:-
best materia! nonnfM- to m hsi-      *-
must be sold by Xma_. M come early.
Cm A* Benedict
Comer Silica ansl Josephine Sts
PHONH 7.
How   About   Your
Guns tind
Ammunition?
Ws- ban Kls-y's, KyniK-k's, Winchester, nnil OokbwoU A
Harrison's
Loaded Shot Shells
Kyu��.vks. Wlnoite-terand
I .nuiniou
Rtfk and Pistol Cartridges
ttuiiGii-*^ Kiiiv,**-.. Wading! BeltBi
���_\-u6s. Pants, eto<
WE CM SAVE YOU HONEY
Nelson Hardware Co.
Box <~>.m      Nelaon, B. C.
WE HAVE JUST OPENED UP
A STOCK OF
White French China
���������������������:������������������
For Decorating
"THE DOCTOR"
������
The    assortment     includes      Steins.
Vases. Cups  and   Saucers.  Sugars  and :   dat nil   p()\'V(U>C'   Kl'-'W*
Creams.   Jugs.   Salad    Bowls. Bon-Bon
Dishes, Plates, etc.. etc. BOOK.
Prices Range from 20c to $6
SEE  THEM   IN   OUR   WINDOW.
W. G. Thomson
f?rTK,uK:R *��d Nelson, B. C.
Phone ....
Fruit
Cakes
Order Your
Christmas
Fruit Cakes
Now...
We make them iu all sizes
aud designs
Choquette Bros*
BAKES STPEET
Wo Huve ti Speuisallv
Selected Stuck of
GLASSWARE AND CMNAWARE
lor   Xiiihn Triidc'.
S.one-Jinre, Crocks, Bean Pots, Tea Pots. Etc.
Munroe & Nelson
A. McDonald & Co.
WHOLESALE
MERCHANTS
Dealers in stnple and fancy Groceries.
Butter, EggB.
Camp nnd Miners' Supplies.
Secretary Chadbourn of the 20,000
club has received another reply to his
circular letters for Information as to
the work being done by other municipal and district advertisiu**.; bmlic-s.
The Itegina club Is Bending a supply
of views and pamphlets and asks for
a supply of Nelson's.
$1.25
By Mail $1.35
Canada Drug & Book Go's
....Cash Stores,...
������������������:���������������������
Sherman's Opera House
ONE WEEK COMMENCING
Monday. Nov. 26th,
(Exci-ptlsm���Wednesday 28th.)
The Pringle Company
Thursday���"A Fatal Wedding"
Prices, 75c. 50c;   children, 25c.
Plan ai  Kiithcrturd's Saturday.
TONIGHT
l*.\*DER TIIK AIBI'IIKH IIK SI. SAVIOUR'S
CHURCH i'IIOIK
Engagement   Extraordinary.    The   Eduard Parlovltz Concert Party,
Introducing
ALYS BATEMAN
The Eminent English Soprano of Crystal  Palace  and   Royal Albert  Hall,
London,   England.
Eduard    Parlovltz,    Pianist;      Miss
Grace  .Merry  Entertainer.
The directors of the Agricultural society meet In the offices of the sec-
it-Uiry, Captain D. C. McMorrls, this
afternoon at 2 -o'clock and prepared
accounts to he presented to the adjourned general meeting tomorrow.
They will also consider proposed
changes in the lime of entering exhibits.
Prices, $1 50, $1, 75c, 50c.
Plan at Rutherford's Monday morning for holders of   tickets;   Tuesday
morning for general puliHc.
ONE NIGHT ONLY.
Monday, December 3
H. WEBB CHAMBERLAIN'S
Melo   Dramatic   Success
"Out in Idaho"
A True Western Play.
Prices, 60c, 75c and $1.00.
Plan at Rutherford's Saturday.
Something    Nethersole Bracelets
For the Baby =���--- - dCCTC
THE VERY LATEST.
$(.00 Each
J. J. WALKER
Watchmaker
Jeweler
elephone 333.
Optician
&G).,    pSSJtft
**���   NJV*t       Limited. Winnipeg.
VVI-ioleaaie Provlglona,
Produce,
Prult.
Dominion Qoremment dreamery One-Found Bricks reccivi-ii wseklyfmii
from Ihe i-hurn.   For nulo by all lending grocers.
Ofllce nud warehouse: Houston Block,   Phone 7(1, (
Josephine Street.       -       -       -      Nelson, B. C.
*--~-^*V/WvJ
KOOTENAY ENGINEERING WORKS
FOUNDERS AND MACHINISTS.
MANI'KAISTt'RKKS (IF THK  I KAWFORI1
AKKI-,1. TRAMWAY
Repairing and Jobbing a Specialty
BheetmeW Work, Costings, Builders' Material and Mining and Mill Mm hinen.
Office and Works Foot Of Park St.
B. C. TRAVIS
Phone   Jim.
-MANAtiliU.
NoIhihi,  It. C.
A Word to the Wise
This year wo \\w\o nppri'-rinU'd tbo wants of ourna-
tamaa nnd have pitted into Htock the
Good Cheer Art Base Burner
This stove in -adapted for hunt coal only, audUpar-
imti .-<l to ���k'im- nttsfkOttODi
}. W* Ashdown Hardware]
Company, Limited.
NELSON   IRON   WORKS
B. A. I8AAC R. W. HINTON *~*~VU��W*
ENOINEER8   AIND  CONTRACTORS
FOUNDERS AND
MACHINISTS
kepnli-liiK anil .li.l.lil.iu uxuwtslcl with DeMnntvli.   Shcat Matal
Work, .Mining tind Mill Mnuhlmii-}-.      Mfinufacl urtrj isf
On* Curat,  I..  I..   Umtruvtora'  Cart*.
Corner of HaU end       IXJt^l    tt_"_TVT       t_t     _-* Tritphnnes*
Krisiil Slri-i-It. ��~ ESI-��CTVj��r"<l,       t3_.    K^-. I'.ulmMI
The Parlovitz Concert on Wednesday  Evening is
NO SACK SUIT occasion.        A FULL PRESS SUA
Is Uie proper thing snd JOHNX. PIEKRE Is the man tomake th��morpr��M
old ono np.     Put on n front if you would make the 80,000 murk.
JOHN T. PIERRE, Artistic Tailor^
OVERCOATS.
All Sizes 35 to 44
Now is the Urns
lo liny your
Winlnr Ovs-iviml
PRETTY   AND    DAINTV
The ProttieBt and Daintiest Dro���� Slippers nru to l�� found at our store    Whothii
it ta in a Patent Leather or Plain Leather wo are
auru to please yon.
The Royal.       R. Andrew & Co.
AH Prices from $10 to $30
j. a. oTLker
A.Q. LAMBERT & CO.
and dealers in Ltimbefj Sh.itLgl&j
Lath, Mouldings, Doors, Window*
Turned Work and Brackets. Mail Orders promptly ������*'*���
VBRNON 8TRKET   -  -   .   INt.l_.IOIM. U. C.
A
Kootenay Ranges
Why do we handle the Famous Kootenay Rai8,?
Because we cannot procure a better, taking 'J"'.^
cou.     design, workmanship, cooking qualities andpr*
We will  be pleased to show you Its bo<"" P"'11"'
Wood-Vallance Hardware Co'y
WhulMMll*
NELSON.
.mn
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