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You can pay more, but can not
huv a purer or better MINERAL
&��$$ ��ailtj CCanahian
VOLUMB  2.     No.   145
Will bs
your door
Fiptt Cbnts a month
healed for Government
him: commissioners
bch, Senate and Boards of Inquiry
Used as Means of Reward���
News From Capital.
Ottawa, Nov    22.    Returns    for    the
  Ontario  bj elections  lor  the  Do-
p Ll  1.1111. ill    are   now    OOlnptSts
���     ,;  count   gives   ihe  t'onservu-
|.   ,       ...m ..I  42 It. North  Wellington
��,:.j 1,1   ...   in     ISast     Nortbuinberlai.tl.
, Ion has ohangvr front a Lib-
sral tnajorlt* ..I over tOO to a Conservu
|t... majority of 1,036.
Within ii   short   time   two  additional
Itllws) commissioners with Halarlea of
I}. .  ich   ..1.    to   bs   llliliolllte.l.    More-
|<.. 1 :.. deputy minister of railways
ommenda the eKtnl.ilshmcni of a
IcuiiiiiiisM'iii to report on the n.lv.sabll-
li:. .,! constructing die tloorgian Hay
jcaaal. oni* ;i few years ago a ooninti
I appointed to consider and ro-
lisiit un tl.i-. very  problem,  will, other
It .',  11  questions.     The  coiiiluis-
I:      rs hi Id meetings at intervala dur
I:' -   luade several Interim
Ireisirts. bul aevei W6U to have quite
I. 1 th.11   tank.     Meanwhile  the
���t;,.'���. r-.tiui-i'.t _>l..pted the (iriind Trunk
���panti. Kheme, tn utter disregard ol
llli- .i.l.i'. ol it., own commissioners.
Iflii.l li;i.~ sp| .1:. n'ly paid no attention to
<>[ tli.. :.. .lanucndntlons of a turn-
���Jon which cosl the country an Im
In., ii*.- son) .1 money. Tho present sag
I 1 foi  ih.. iippnlntmcnl of a com-
.t.>  [.art  of the  same   work
.������.in   Indicates   that   the   deputy
i.i-'.it    has    forgotten all about the
ltrai.s;....'iii!iuti commission of which we
Ihi-ail sn much ..lien H was established.
A tew daya   ago announcement   was
Ude ihui. in trlolstloa of the principle
l��ii iced  by  tlie Liberal   party ln oi>-
l-tsitlon, a  member of  par���maul  ba.l
] |-' ���:    appointed  to   the   bench,     after
lorrying around with him for two years
Iti. promise "l the Judgeship. This week
11 i> definitely announced thai two mem-
J It* ..f parliament are to bo provided
|m'1i :, refuge  In lhe senate.    Both of
Plred   to iiosltlonH   in  Ihe  cab-
I ���'"'     Blr   Wilfrid did   nol   think   them
I .".I enough mul gave the portfolios to
I'll, y   hnve   demanded   com-
I :  tor wounded vault,  and die*
i   I1..1.1 >.      The   premier  la of
I'll.' opinion Hun  almost  any  politician
! nough foi the senate, and tbesa
i.bers who were roiected for eatiin.-t
Itlons nre to be thus settled for life.
Is" \  Campbell und N. Belcourt dlaap
I fsr from  ih,. ranks  or  polltloal  emu
I nslgnera
Mi   llorden is taking n rest after his
I long mul successful tour of the Domln-
Mr Foster hns this week addressed
|i number of large and enthusiastic
meetings in Western Ontario, ills re-
Im ..! ih.. record ol the Laurier ad
"iiiilsniitinn has deepened the oonvto-
'''" 'ii'iuly Btrong In that part of Can-'
sn�� thai it is ti,,,,. r,���. tin* present nil-
! '"''I 11;.li..11   |���   share   lhe    fate   of   the
[ ministry which ihe province of
P����irlo dealt summarily with al the
|J" teneral election.
> >hrewd political authority has pre-
""I'll that nt th,. next Dominion elec
U"|| ihe Laurier government will noi
Mrry more than twenty-six mil ,,r the
"k'luy.BiK ��,,���(��� |��� Ontario.
Elections In Labelle and Nlcolel will
ink- iilae,. In December.
Mr. Horden and other Conservative
""inli.iK will address a meeting in Ihls
otj un the ovsnlng before ihe opening
""lie house.
large .
ll.K   a   let
from tIiIk they utgue that  a
proportion or ths voyagers, sotnt*
1   llnluslrlnl  activity and
with an exaggerated Ides or the present
conditions, have no intention of returning iii th��. spring, The returning immigrants win spread the newa to an parts
Of Kurope. with the result that the nutn-
her  of  able-bodied   men
able employment 1.1 this
spring win be materiall
eking profit,
country next
American   Society   to   Be   Organized   to
Advocate   Liberation.
Boston, Mass., Nov. 22.��� arrange.
have bem concluded r,.r a public meet-
Inn to be held in .'nneull Hall next
Monday   evening  In   support  of   a   plan
i��r a pledge of Independence to the
Philippine Islands accompanied by neutralisation of lhe territory.
Hon. Albert R. Pillsbuty will preside
and addresses will be made by Con-
gressman Samuel w. McOnli. the mover or tit,, resolution in Congress embodying ihe plan, who will Introduce it
ut the oomlng session, by James 11.
in..urn. formerly Judge of the flrsi Instance in ihe Philippines, nnd by Hon.
James U Blayden, member of Congress
from Texas.
Canadian Detective Wanted as Witness
in Trial of Druce Claim to Portland   Estates.
Hamilton, Nov. 22.--William H tickle-,
heat! or the International IX*t*-.iivt
Agency, of this city, has heen asked tn
go to Knglanil In connection with the
cam- of <;. H. Druce, Australian carpenter, who Is suing for the Portland title
and estates valued at mil.ions. Before? coming to this country HuckU* siiya
he worked on 'he now- famous case, trying to prove that tho fifth Duke of Portland and T. C. Druce, now dead, were
0116 and the same person. Hucklo says
he saw the diary of Miss Robinson, who
will he one of the star witnesses Tor the
prosecution, and he nays it will unfurl
a story of dramatic character.
In 1HDI Mr. Hackle a^ain took the
case up for parties In 1-ondon. Efforts
were made in vain to pet the vault at
HlKhKate Cemetery opened so that the
OOfBn in which Thomas Charles Druce
was supposed to have been buried could
he examined. Huckle says lt was decided then to break into the vault and
steal the coffin. With others he sought
in vain for thrve months to carry this
scheme Into effect, but the place was so
well guarded that It was Impossible.
The detectives argue that if tlie parties
interested were sure Druce was rnally
buried they would not object to the
coffin   being opened.
Quebec Conservatives
Can Defeat Laurier
Borden's French Lieutenant Trusts
His Compatriots���Canada From
Ocean to Ocean.
Montreal, Nov. 22.���At a dinner given
in his honor at the La Fontaine club
last nlRht Hon. J. G. H. Bergeron, M. P.,
said Sir Wilfrid Laurier eoud not carry
the country at the coming elections ir
the Conservatives of the province of
Quebec do their duty.
Toronto, Nov. 22���MIbs Kvelen Williams, arrested two or three weeks ago
for stealing articles of apparel from
Baton's and Simpson's departmental
siores, has heen allowed to go home to
her parents In Hay City. Michigan. II
is ascertained that she was under In-
tluetiee of morphine and was not responsible   for  her   actions.
Mistaken for Moose.
Kdmonton. Nov. 22.���Word reached
the clly of a serious and probably fatal
shooting that look place on Monday
morning near Vermillion, about six
miles northeast of Fort Snskatehcwnn.
The Victim, Roy White, a young man
about 2T, years old. was brought to the
clly lasi night and is now In the public,
hospital In a critical condition. It ni>-
pears that he and two companions
Dame Hut ley and lluiley had gone moose
hunting on Monday morning. Mnoss,
were seen and lhe party started In pursuit. White got some distance in the
lead nnd while bending lluiley mistook
hint for lhe '...oked tor moose. He fired
and  lhe  bullet  lodged In  White's  back.
Call, Nov. 22.���C. 11. Philpott. general sales agent of the Dominion, Car
and Foundry company, Montreal, residing in London, dropped dead here yesterday afternoon from heart failure. He
leaves a widow and two children.
uropean Laborers Distrustful of American Trade Outlook.
New York, Nov. 22.���Whal npponrs lo
i* the  greatest   exodus   of   aliens   the
!n run
'1 Slnles  has ever known   Is now
progress.     !���:-..    y    vessel   sailing
New   York   lot'   HlUfOpe   the 'pan'
'''��' weeks ims carried rull steerage
lsl��. and those scheduled lo sal! be-
"''ti now nnd Christmas already are
""���' booked, leaving thousands unable
" obtain accommodations, lt is eatl*
Bated that the easlbotind Steerage for
OVember and December will be many
''nos that of the corresponding months
��r last year.
Steamship men and Immigration offl-
ls who have studied (he movement,
Hold Up.
Ilerlln, Nov. 22 ���A despatch to
Lokal Ansegler from Bremen d.
ihat the customs authorities there are
holding Herr Brbaloah, ihe German
aeronaut who won the recent balloon
race at SI. Louis, for the payment of
duty on silver. The Clip arrived on this
side on bonrd the steamer Crown Princess Cell.', llerr i'.rbslo.h has protested,
declining to pay th
tral authorities bave
Ihe eUp shall enter fr
ait  or Is  leillly  dutiable  as silver.
ntll th.
leci.led   whether
. as an object of
with regard to Iho day labor
i   , "' 'iely nnd  Hungary, state that  il
. niieii larger and more preslstgnl to
eastward  this year   thuti  ever bo-
Havilands Retrenching.
Limoges,   PranOO,    Nov.    22.���In    ron-
laquenoe of the nnanolal situation In
America the Ilnvllnnds. who ship a
large share of the porcelain product lo
the Doited States, have dismissed two
hundred workmen anil stopped the work
of enlarging their  factory.
Civic League..
Providence,   Nov.   22.���A meeting or
the     American     Civic    Association,  nl.
which lhe chi.-r business was the elec
tlon of nftlceis nnd a Joint session of the
civic Association   and    ihe   National
Municipal League. were the closing
gatherings held today or the annual con
volitions of both lioilleswhleh have I n
In session lie
cipal Health
general subji
joint session
Montreal. Nov. 22.���John Price, clerk
of tbe C. P. It., took an overdose of
atrychlne at his home, gfl Manse streei,
last night and died within an hour. He
was :15 years old and had not been feeling welt for some, time and tooy strychnine to settle his nerves, lie leaves a
widow and three children.
St. Thomas, Nov. 22���Michigan Central railway detectives have arrested
three men on a charge of trespassing.
It Is suspected that they may have been
the parties Implicated In the hold-up of
a night operator at Stevensville station
Tuesday night.
Toronto, Nov. 22.���Wm. E. Ryan, who
lost his leg as a result of an auto accident at Oolborne on October 25th, died
at St. Michael's hospital this morning.
The shock of the operation proved too
muot. for him. Ryan was injured while
returning from Kingston in an auto.
The tire of one of Ihe wheels came off
while the auto was going down hill and
the car turned completely over.
Toronto, Nov. 22.���Until W. Lockharl
Russell returns from England the trial
of Frank Law and himself for conspiracy will be adjourned. Russell has been
cabled for.
Kingston, Nov. 22.���The wildest gale
of the season is Sweeping over Lake
Ontario from the southwest. There was
rain during the early hour this moining
Every wharf along the harbor is swept
by waves and the vessels are hugging
shelter. The roof of the curling rink
has been torn off this morning.
Toronto. Nov. 22.���An Interim Injunction was granted to Herman Auerbach.
Toronto, restraining Ihe Canadian Pole
company from realising on notes not
given hy himself to defendants for
$14.r..7:il.SI. He declares that certain
agreements to which he was a parly
were secured hy misrepresentation and
aro fraudulent and void.
clai guv. iiiii,ems with a view to establish a national park and game preserve
for the province, and alBO aBk lhat a
portion of the large buffalo herd recently purchased by the Dominion be localed in Saskatchewan. The department of marine and fisheries Ib to be
asked to stock a number of lakes in the
province with black bass.
I it an.inn. Nov. 22.���J. Allman, a farmer In lh>* llrn.lwnrds district, came he-
fore Magistrate James on a charge of
i-oiui im- a loaded gun at Robert Thompson. Allman pleaded not guilty and put
up a strong defence. Ills worship decided against him and fined him $25
and 115 costs.    The fine was paid.
Diyden. Nov. 22.���A few details of
tiie terrible dynamit" explosion In
Webster's construction camp. 21. miles
from here, reach, .1 town and place the
list nt killed at nine. Nothing is known.
of how the explosion occurred or the
condition of the injured. It Is known,
however, lhat four of the dead men
were brothers by the name of Johnson.
Storm and Fog Prevent
a Record
Lusltanla Still Ahead���New Liners
Only Achievement Is Best
Single Day's Run.
Plelon, Nov. 22.���A violent storm on
Wednesday night and yesterday did a
lot or damage In this locality. Trees,
poles nud electric light wires Suffered
more or less. The new collegiate in
slltule. In course of construction, was
damaged to the amount of $2.0110 or
$3,000, part of the brick work being
blown down.
Satill Bte. Marie, Nov. 22.���Violet, the
eight year old daughter of John Knye.
tiled to light a nre In a kitchen stove
wilh old. She spilled some on her
clothing which took lire. She died yea
terday after suffering terrible agony.
since Tuesday,   "Muni
and   Sanitation"   was   tin*
el     of    discussion   at   the
.f the two bodies at whleh
Alexander  C. Abbott, chief of the.
Philadelphia bureau of hcalih, was tins'
presiding officer. t
Regina. Nov. 22.���William Alexander,
the contractor, charged with the unlawful killing of A. Brett In tho recent head-
on collision nt Fnshlml crossing, appeared before Magistrate Tant yesterday and was committed for trial, being
subsequently released on new bonds.
Engineer Hlngley wns too unwell lo appear in court.    Hla case was enlarged.
Roglnn, Nov. 22.��� M a meeting of the
executive of the Saskatchewan Oame
pPrOteotlon Association. It wns decided
"to approach the Dominion and provln-
Stoves    Must    Be    Installed   In    Public
School���High School Change.���
Trustee.  Meeting.
The board of school trustees at their
regular meeting last night appointed a
teacher for a new division to be opened
in January, considered temporary ex-
[-edients to enable the work of the
schools to continue pending the erection of a new building, and heard Principal's Fruser's objections to what he
considers inopportune changes in the
high school curriculum.
The board mot at ti p. m. with W.
Irvine In the chair, and E. C. Arthur and
A. D. Emory also present. Tbe minutes
of the last regular and a special meeting were read and adopted.
The finance committee's report recommending accounts amounting lo $82.46
was adopted.
Dr. Arthur reported that desks for
the new room were ordered and on the
way. ,
He also reported that tbe janitor of
Ihe Central building stated that the
consumption of Wel was excessive without satisfactory result in heat and with
a great deal of smoke. He recommended the disuse of one furnace, and the
heating of the three western rooms by
Principal Fraser, of the High school,
reported that the new apparatus was installed  and  working satisfactorily.
The secretary read a letter from the
city clerk embodying the resolution of
the council at Its last meeting, asking
the board to reconsider the warrant
Issued to A. Carrie.
The chairman thought lhat the board
had good grounds for Its belief that the
specifications in their possession were
sufficient, that the school could have
been built at the time for the amount
specified, that nothing would be gained
by calling for tenders at this seuson,
and that the architect's fee for the
plans was fairly earned. The other
members present agreed, and the secretary was Instructed to reply accordingly.
The secretary reported the installa
tlon of electric lights to enable the janitors to perform their duties. He reconv
mended the installation of a light in
ench room for the same purpose. The
recommendation   was  adopted.
The offer of the University Club to
rent the teachers' room of the Central
school for its meetings was accepted,
the rental to be sufficient to cover thf
cost of light  and fuel.
The matter of Installing stoves was
left lo the December meeting.
The matter of the appointment of a
teacher for the new division to be opened in January, lt was decided to ai��-
polnt Miss Minnie Grunt, now teaching
at Thrums.
Principal Fraser then Inid before the
board a circular received by him from
the superintendent of education announcing a division of the work for
the junior certificate and the holding
of departmental examinations at the
end of the first year. As th�� intimation
has only been received It means a total
.i...,v-e 1*1 the work necessary, thnl
some text books are temporarily unnecessary and others required, and the
.,ei le-uiii is demoralisation of the work.
He had written the superintendent on
the subject nnd received a reply, nd
mlttlng that lt made the present year'B
work rather heavy, but contending that
ultimately It would be found a great
Mr. Fraser dissented from the superintendent's judgment ln the matter, but
his chief criticism was of the lateness
of the notification, and the hardship involved  In changes of text-books.
The Beetetary was Instructed to write
the superintendent on the subject.
The board then adjourned.
York yesterday from Cherbourg on the
liner Majestic. Three men have been
left in charge of hlB station in Spitsbergen and the balloon la now ln Parle
where he exr-ecta to have it examined
and pronounced ln good condition. Mr.
Wellman said he had not decided
whether he will make a second attempt
to reach Ihe pole thiB coming Bummer
or the following year, but that he will
probably carry out the plans already
outlined for a voyage next year.
New York, Nov. 22.���Another obstacle in the shape of a dense fog Is delaying the new Cunard liner Mauretania, thus further marring what was
confidently expected to be a most successful maiden voyage. Soon after
leaving Queenstown last Sunday morning, the big Bteamer ran Into a severe
slorn. which lasted the better part of
three days. A terlffic head sea and
high galeB retarded the splendid speed
of the vessel and by the time these
conditions changed it was known, by
means of wireless telegraph, that the
westward record of her sister ship the
Lusltanla. could not be eclipsed on this
trip. However, the steamer was put to
top speed and some balm was offered
to those on board when the steamer for
the fourth day showed ��2. miles, lt
was believed that the Mauretania would
reach Sandy Hook by daylight but this
hope was shattered when the ship ran
Into a dense fog off the New England
coast laBt night, and speed, of necessity, had to be materially reduced.
Steamers can only crawl In such weather, bo that lt will probably be well
Into the forenoon at the earlleBt, before the steamer can reach the Sandy
Hook lightship. Thus she will be from
nine to a dosen hours behind the best
record of the Lusltanla.
Now York, Nov. 22.���The Mauretania
was oft Sandy Hook at 9.55 a. m. today
and was In communication with the
shore stations by wireless. It Is believed that she will reach the lightship by
9.30 a. m.
New York, Nov. 22.���A dense fog hung
over New York harbor and bay
this morning delaying all forms-of trans
portatlon. The ocean liners due to come
over Sandy Hook on their way to the
docks were compelled to come to anchor eft Sandy Hook lightship after being guided to lhat point by the fog
whistle on the lightship and to wait be
fore venturing among the channels lead
Ing to the upper harbor. Among the
vessels believed to be anchored was thc-
blg new Cunard liner Mauretania which
was expected to complete her maiden
voyage about 6 or 0 a. m. today.
Marine observers at Sandy Hook and
Neavesink Highlands where all lncom
Ing vessels are first sighted, reported
that they were unable to see more than
a few feet beyond the windows of their
observatories. It was believed that the
lifting or the fog would find a sizeable
fleet of trans-Atlantic liners lying ofl
the lightship. Among the vessels due
today were the Baltic, from Liverpool;
Moltke, rrom Genoa: Arconla. from Gibraltar; Monterey, from Havana: Hudson, from Algiers, and Europe from Antwerp. The movements of forty boats
and other harbor shipping were much
delayed and traffic of many of the rail
roads and elevated lines leading to the
down town business districts were affected by the fog^	
Revision of Rates.
Wheeling, W. Vn., Nov. 22.���A meeting of the freight committees, repre-
Bcntin 12 railroads, handling Iron and
steel products, from Pennsylvania.
Ohio and West Virginia and New York,
was held here yesterday to revise the
rate schedules. It Is understood that
the conference will result in an advance
ln rates. The folrowing roads wen-
represented: Pittsburg and Lake Erie;
Erie; 11. & O.; Pennslyvanla: Huffalo;
R. & P.; L. & M.; So Pennsylvania
lines, west; Wheeling and Lake Erie,
li. T. R.
Bank Officers Indicted.
New York, Nov. 22.���The' jury Inves-
gatlon into several suspended Brooklyn
financial Institutions resulted yesterday
In the Indictment of the former officers
of the Borough bank which was temporarily susiiended today, lt will probably be resumed with an inquiry Into
the affairs of the Jenkins Trust company. Howard Maxwell, former president of the Huspended bank, who yesterday was Indicted on a charge of forgery
was still In the county jail, not being
able to furnish bail in the sum of
Have   Borrowed $75,000,000.
New York. Nov. 22.���Engagements of
foreign gold to relieve the money stringency in the United States today passed
tbe $75,000,000 mark.
Indian Railways Again In Operation snd
Danger of Famine and Mutiny
Calcutta. Nov. 22.���The strike of the
employees of the Indian railway at
Azanol, Bengal, at the junction of the
East Indian and Bengal-Nagpur railways
collapsed today with the summary dismissal of some of the European leaders
of the movement.
A number of the engineers promptly
resumed work, and "afBc which had
been at a standstill for a week was restored.
Casualty List Small���Msny Quests Had
Narrow Escapee.
Buffalo, Nov. 22.���One man is dead,
another dying, a third at a hospital lu a
serious condition, and a score of persons had narrow escapes as the result
of a Are which broke out in Sawtell's
hotel, No. til Exchange street, early
today. The name of the dead man Is
unknown to the authorities. Hts body
is at the morgue. The seriously injured
are Fred Hanks. 25 years old, cook at
the hotel, suffering from effects of suf-
flcation, his borne is in England: Emerald Gratt, a Canadian, elevator boy at
the Brossell house here, home ln Ottawa, Ont. Nearly 80 persona, sleeping
in Hotel McLeod and Lawrence hotel,
were rushed Into the street half clothed
when the smoke and flames from the
fire began to get into their rooms. Three
men were carried unconscious from the
Sawtell house by firemen. Herbert
Sawtell, proprietor, awoke his sleeping
inmates and on returning to the second
floor found his escape cut off by
way of the stairs. He reached the roof.
The flames rapidly approached him and
he jumped to the adjoining root unhurt.
Russian Capital Without Cars.
St. Petersburg, Nov. 22.���The opening of the electric street railroad lines
In thla city haa been delayed Indefinitely owing to the suspension of the credit
of the Russian Westlnghouse concern
which is unable to obtain cars or equipment without cash payment. A proposition that the municipality assume the
responsibility haa been handed the board
of aldermen of St. Petersburg.
London's Dirty Linen Is
Being Washed
Jerry Collins Admits Corroption in
Liberal Interests ttSavc License
and Earn Appointment.
Toronto, Nov. 22.���The notorious
Jerry Collins told a story of political
corruption extending over twelve years
and covering five elections at London
in the bribery case this afternoon. He
admitted to Johnstone, counsel for the
defence, that he had figured several
times ln police court proceedings, that
he consented to take part In corruption
practices at the Hyman election to save
bis license, and on the strength of a
promise that he would receive a government job; and that he went back on
bis friends because tbe promise was not
No less, sensational was the evidence
of Jas. Farr, of Goderlcb, who was called to testify to the switching of ballots
ln the West Huron election when
Holmes and McLean were candidates.
At the time of the police court proceedings Farr was ln North Dakota and was
only subpoenaed by the crown on Wednesday. He was closely questioned as
to affidavits he was said to have made
concerning his conduct aa returning officer, the first of which he signed ln Toronto some years ago and which was
published In tbe Globe at the time, he
repudiated, and with regard to the second, made last fall before Mr. George,
of Chesley, and subsequently quoted by
Premier Whitney tn the legislature as
of great significance, he declared that
when sworn both he snd George were
as full as files. He also stated that
he had heard that the Conservative
party were to pay him $5,000 If he went
to Port Huron and gave this thing
British Suffragettes Adepts at Disturbing Public Meetings.
Csr Collision.
Sandusky. Ohio, Nov. 22���In a head-
on collision today between an Intcrurban
electric railway motor and a city car a
dozen men were Injured, live seriously,
who were taken to the hospital, and
two may die. The police arrested the
motorman and the conductor ln the lu-
teiubnn car and attempted to arrest
Wm. Jakes, conductor of the city car.
Jakes, although Injured, escaped. A
heavy fog hung over the city when the
collision occurred.
Marked Down From $13,000,000.
Vladivostock, Nov. 22.���The Chinese
commercial agent In behalf of his government has demanded an indemnity of
$12,950,000 for the death of Chinamen
who were killed during the recent
mutiny of Russian sal hus here.
Prlcea of Metals.
63 c;
New  York.     Nov.   22.���Silver,
copper. 13c;  lead, $4.75.
London, Nov. 22���Silver, 2G%d.; lead.
fiie, 15b.
Murderer Reprieved.
Toronto. Nov. 22.���Jake Wakefield.
Hamilton, murderer, who shot Andrew
Fadyik, and was sentenced to hang on
Nov. 29, has been reprieved till Dec. 17.
The court of appeals ordered a stated
case to be heard at once.
Talk Between Acts.
New York, Nov. 2 2.���Walter Well-
man, leader of the Chicago Record-
Herald Polar expedition, who Is returning from his first attempt to reach the
north pole by balloon, arrived ln Now
Afraid of Influx.
Toronto, Nov. 22.���The attention of
the provincial Immigration department
has been drawn to a reported influx of
unemployed from the United States.
The difficulty Is admitted, reports of a
similar nature having been received
from London, but p.. clear way of dealing with It can yet be seen. It has been
stated that Immigration Inspectors
should be placed nt Niagara Falls, but
under present, conditions of Immigration
laws the presence of an officer could
have little effect tn restraining tho In
flux of the unemployed from south of
the line.
London, Nov. 22.���With the resumption of the political campaign which ia
now in full swing, tbe "Shrieking Sisterhood" as the women suffragists
bave come to be commonly known, are
actively pursuing their threatened plan
of upsetting all Liberal meetings. Gatherings at which members of the cabinet
are to speak are especially selected by
tbem. The victims last work were Sir
Henry Campbeli-Bannerman, the premier, and Herbert H. Asqulth, chancellor of the exchequer. Both theso speakers had difficulty in getting a hearing,
their meetings being attended by serious disorder. Last night Herbert
Gladstone, seer etary of state for home
affairs . and David Lloyd George the
president of the board of trade, speaking respectively at Leeds and Glasgow,
were similarly treated and a number of *
the suffragists had to be ejected from
this meeting.
James Wtlllama will leave for Liverpool tomorrow.
Mrs. M. Wilson, of Revelstoke, ls
visiting Mrs. C. G. Wheeler.
Mrs. Forln. wife of His Honor Judge
Forln, is visiting Mrs. Thornton Fell.
James Wilson, superintendent of C.
P. R. telegraphs in British Columbia, arrived from Vancouver last night.
T. M. Lldgate will leave for the Old
Country tomorrow. He wilt sail by the
Empress of Ireland from St. John on
November 29th.
J. P. McGoldrlck. who was In the city
yesterday sttendtng a meeting ot the
Adams River Lumber company, left for
Spokane last  night
T. G. Procter returned from Spokane
yesterday and reports conditions Blm-
llar to those obtaining here. T here are
many unemployed, the mini' and mill
owners declining at present prohibitive
prices for labor and material.
Cans and Nelaon.
Minneapolis, Nov. 22.���Joe Gans,
champion light weight of the world, and
Battling Nelson, of Hegewlsch. yesterday posted $1,000 forfeit with a sporting man of this city for another battle
for the light weight championship ot
the world. Th ey will meet today and
sign articles. The fight will probably
he held on New Year's. It Is probsble
that the fight will be held at Ooldftclda,
Nevada, the scene of their former encounter.
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Clothing,    Gents'   Furnishings
and Boots and Shoes
Is beginning to arrive.
In about another week we will be able to offer full lines
in these goods, and can promise you the best value ever offered in the city.
Iu tlie meantime it will pay you to await their   arrival
before making your purchase.
Imperial Bank of Canada
Head Office:   Toronto.
CaolUI Authorized   $10,000,000    Capital Paid Up $4,860,000
Rest    $4,860,000
D  R. WILKIE. President. HON. KOHERT JAi'FRAY, Vice-President
Branches in British Columbia:
-.HRnWHKAD        OOLDKN,       NELr-ON,      REVELSTOKE,        CRA-NBROOK,
Interest allowed ou  deposits  fi"m date of deposit and credited quarterly.
iNt-juso.-* tWAr-it-i-i J.   "Vl-.   LAY,  Manager.
The Royal Bank of Canada
Incorporated  A.  D.  1869.
 13,900,000     Re.erve  Fund $4,390,000
Unexcelled facilities for the transaction
of all  kinds of Banking  Business.
'CIAL ATTENTION given to the
8avlngs Bank Department, and
interest credited Quarterly on
_vings Bank Accounts.
on Application, in Large, Medium
or Pocket Size.
Nelson Branch, G. A. SPINK, Manager.
PnblUhe- c.x lay. s ��,ee�� uy the
Baker St.. Nelson, B. C
���h-.fc-r.*,.,[',..!. rat... *sj rem, s month d-llvered
*IttTctiT, or **.��. s .e.r 11 l.-nt by m.ll. when
->std In s47ance.
Adverll*tn�� rale, on application.
AU moult. psl.l ln setdemem ol The Ilsll.
C.ui-ll.n SO.o.inls. either iur .utwr.pnoa, or
idverlim.g. Wilt be r��elptwl lor on the printed
"rm, oi tie Comp.n.. Ulher receipt, sre hut
Friday,   November   22,   1907.
We referred yesterday to an Indep. n
dent criticism of Mr. Urodeur's unfor-
tnnate attempt to demonstrate thai
Canada is doing something towards
sharing the burden of Imperial defence.
On the whole the judgment was that
Mr. Brodeur had shown more courage
than wisdom In his attempt and that h��'
had almost succeeded in disproving his
The resurrection of the Question is a
peculiar but decidedly gratifying phen
omenoa Sir Wilfrid Laurier hud glvi n
his usual air of finality and Infallibility
to the attitude he had taken up at the
conference. Canada could not contribute in any way because she had nc.
voice In the control of such contributions. The present British government
could not resent such an attitude be
cause the logical conclusion of their
policy ls frankly antl-Imperiallatlc. Bui
from unofficial Britain and from all thi
rest of the Empire have come expressions of regret al Canada's unworthy re
sponse. They have at last penetrated
the consciousness of the Dominion minister! and have even touched Sir Wilfrid Laurier. Mr. Brodeur is merely an
echo of his chief, and there cannot bo
the slightest doubt that his recent utterance was Inspired by the premier.
The Montreal Star, which has taken
a neutral position in Canadian polities,
has offered, not indeed a sutisfurior*
defend, for Canada's repudiation of
obligation, but an Infinitely more Intelligent presentation than was made by
Mr. Brodeur for Sir Wilfrid Laurier,
After commenting on Mr, Brodeurs
claims, which it cannot endorse, and admitted that ir all be granted they are
still Inadequate, the Slur says: "The
truth Is that wc now need all the mon
ey we can get to finance our own development, and that we will suffer In
want of development precisely as we
Jack the money to provide the equipment as it is needed. A vote to the British navy at this time would literally
b,> coined out of our national flesh and
"Hence it is contended that we hud
far belter devote our energies to adding new provinces to the Empire���
which the people of the United Kingdom cannot do���and let the Unit.-d
Kingdom continue for a time to provide for the naval defence of that Em-
I ir.'. This does not mean that we will
nol take up our share of the latter burden when it becomes good Imperial policy for us to do so. We freely and gladly recognize the obligation. It is merely that we are convinced that today we
can lift more helpfully at another point
oi* Imperial development. And many of
the leading thinkers and public men in
Great Britain have expressed themselves as agreeing with us on that point.
"For the present, then, we will build
railways and dig canals and equip provinces and increase our population,
with a view of ultimately assisting in
the defence of the Umpire which we
have thus helped to augment."
Such a reply is Intelligent, it is even
Ingenious but ii in nearly as unworthy
In thf matter ot an application (or the leaneot
���luj.iii ft-eH ni the CertidcaUa ol Title to lottU,
12 Hint 18, Kroup 1, Wf��l Koolenay DljtrlOt- also
known tin the* ��� Kootenay Chief," "Com fort" mid
"I-.ii iij" mineral claim*- rt-si.--rtivp.ly.
Noth - is hereby (riven thai it Ih my intention
to Ismic hi tlie expiration of one month after thu
Brat publleatloii hereof a duplicate of Certilicate
Ol   iiilf   NO. 0901a of  an   un-llvide-l Kl-lijotliK ln
each <it th��- h ove lots* tuned on tht.* nth day ol
Mhv, A L). ISWi lu the in, me of .fob nC\ A .tin worth,
and also ti duplicate of Certificate of Title No.
0000a of hii uu.iivid'd 19-K-OthH in each of the
above lot-, ihhiie��l on the 17th day of Mny, A. I)
18HT., in  the name of (it-orgc *I   Alnnworth.
Land Beglatf* Offlao, Nelson, U. 0.. AugnatOth
H. F. MacLbod."
District ItuitlPtrar
Notice is hereby given that at the
next meeting of the Hoard or License
Commissioners for the District of Ymir
to be held after the expiration or thirty
days. 1 Intend to apply tor a transfer of
the License for the drove Hotel from
myself to William (losnoll.
Ernest G. Borden,
By his attorney,  Win. (Josnell.
Dated this 12th day of November,
Tne Daily Canadian
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At Dur
A 6 P. 2 I
*9 NOVEMBER   29TH. ���
! J. J. WALKER !
of Canada as Mr. Urodeur's. If Cauda
cannot afford to do anything towards
bearing the cost of defending her own
coasts aud her own ocean borne commerce, with what feelings of self-respect can we ask the British people,
who are per capita far less rich than
The plea is, in effect. "Let us live on
charity as long as we may."
There is another feature, however.
The Star recognizes that ultimately,
after we have built all the railways
and canals we can conceivably need,
we must then begin to pay a little for
what we begged as paupers for so long.
Even that admission, pitiful as It is, has
never been made by Sir Wilfrid Laurier. The shame that self-respecting
British Canadians feel never affects
him, except so far as it threatens his
political power, and then he puts up
the puppet. Mr. Brodeur, with his Inane excuses.
th-- world under a system of rigid protection. It has enjoyed great, though
by no means unbroken, prosperity under Free Trade. Side by side with thai
system of ours other countries have
prospered even more under quite different systems. Those facts alone are sufficient to justify the critical spirit which
is the spirit of tin- Tariff Reformer. He
does not believe in an absolute right or
wrong in such a matter as the Imposition of tluti.-s upon imports, Such duties cannot, he thinks, be judged l.y
one sing!.- test whether they do or no
not favor the home producer, and condemned out of hand if they do favor
Lord  Milner's Satire on  Free Trade as
a Religion.
Speaking at Tunbridge Wells Lord
Mllner said: "The statesman, or at any
rate the British statesman, in approaching fiscal policy is confronted with the
choice of Hercules. He is placed, like
the rider in the old legend, between the
black aud white horsemen. On the one
hand is an angel of light called Free
Trade; on tlie other a limb of Satan
called Protection. The one Ib entirely
and always wrong. All fiscal wisdom
Is summed up in clinging desperately
to the one and eschewing like sin anything that has the slightest flavor of the
other. Now, that view has certainly tho
merit of simplicity, and simplicity is a
very great thing; bin if we look at history it does not seem quite to bear out
this simple view. This country became
one of the   greatest   and  wealthiest  in
Notice is hereby given that the undersigned persons have made application under the provisions of the "Liquor License Act," l'JOO, for Hotel Licences at the places set opposite names.
John Marshall. Marshall Hotel, Kitchener.
Kred Adle, Fort Sheppard Hotel,
(i.  T.  Snow, Outlet Hotel,  Procter.
C. E. Burgess, Kdnu Hotel, Patterson.
Archibald & Davis, Palace Hotel,
J. W. Masterson. Ymir Hotel, Ymir.
K. M. Peters, St. Charles Hotel,
John Breau, Cosmopolitan Hotel,
O. S. Coleman. Waldorf Hotel. Ymir
Samuel Miller. Miller Hotel, Ymir.
Louisa McPeak. Sirdar Hotel, Sirdar.
Wm. Gosnell, Grove  Hotel,  Kuirview.
Malette & Johnson, Kootenuy Kails
Hotel, Slocan Junction.
J. It.   Hunncx,  Mersey Hotel,  Erie.
E. E. McArthur, Northern Hotel.
Geo.   Mead, Creston   Hotel,  Creston.
Alex. McKesson, Brie Hotel, Erie.
Joseph Walker. Krlckson Hotel, Erlckson.
Edith Gllle, Vancouver Hotel, Ymir.
Win. Cray, Balmo Hotel, Salmo.
Geo. Munro,  Munro  Hotel  Creston.
A meeting of the Hoard of Licence
Commissioners, will be held to consider
such applications, at the Court House,
at Nelson, on Monday, the 10th day
of December, 11)07, at tho hour of 2
o'clock in the afternoon.
W.  J.   DEVITT,
Chief Licence Inapector.
Nelson, B. C, X6th November, 1807.
Cutting Christmas Trees.
Bahgor,   Me.,   Nov.   __.��� The   work   of
cutting   Chris'nius   trees?   in   Maine   for
the  rest of the country   Is  now  at   its
height     Nearly   i. 1,000   trees  are  In
demand annually, and lu this state the
Christmas tree trade tins become an In
dustry of the Mist Importance. For
several weeks past workmen have been
engaged In selecting and cutting the
trees In tie- central and northern parts
of the state. Now the progress of loading and shipping them on flat curs to
the big cities or the east and middle
west has begun. Until a few years ago
it was the smaller trees thut were gold
the most. Now the larger trees are
tlie most in demand, owing to the fact
that the small family tree has been
largely dime away with in favor of the
larger trees used in common by the
members of churches, societies and
other organizations. The trade puts
many thousands of dollars into lhe
pockets of the thrifty Maine fanner and
woodsman each year.
City of Nelson License District.
We, the undersigned, _Ito notice that
at the next meeting of the Huard of
License Commiaalonera we Intend to apply ior a transfer ot the license of the
No Place Inn from Wm. Gosnell to
C.   B.  WADE.
Nelson. Nov. 39, 11)07.
Old Curiosity Shop
If you want to buy or sell anything,
go to the Old CurioBliy Shop. A new
line of Japanese Goods now on sale.
All kinds of Dinner ware In Btock. Pattern*
NS���OH I-HTK. DlatliCtt.   IMntrlet ot Went Kootenay
Takfl   notice   thai Charlei  '1.   Heeler, of Spokane. Ml lln-   BUtfl  of   '���������>���   rifngl "   H. A , rt ii-
am-fal RKent, InlendN lo apply for a "pedal timber licence orer tha foiiowin*- deeorlbed lami**.
(i) Commencing al a poel punted ..boat ������<>���)
feeteutof tbe weal fork of Minnum oreek, one
half mill- north Of tbfl international hoiin-Iary
line, about ten miles cant of Uykerta, H U.,
thenee tooth to ohalna. to t-iu int-*rnatioNRi
boundary line, thence treft "0 nhattiN, thenoe
north40chainBi Chance <-a��tt it*- (-haiiiti to thi.
point of nornm-'iK-.'uii-nt, mul .'oii-aliiim- 640
aoraa* mnr<- or lots.
united Ut'j Kind Ootober, A i>. 1W7.
OU.���ItaSaO. Kefi-eh.
(2)   Commencing at a poat  about  half a mile
f*a*.t of the weal fork or Mlaaion oreek] about nn**
ami a  half  iniieH  north  nf  tti<*  International
boundary line, abom ten milei east of kvif'-rtu
B. C , thi-iifi'west W)   fhalno,   theiirtj   north  W)
ohalna! thenoe t?*.m��ii (hafns, thenoe louin BO
ohaini to the point oi oommenofment-. and oon��
latum* iviu acrea, more or intta.
Located the32nd day of Oetober, a.1>, ].kj7.
(,'HA��IB-   O.   KJ-KIjER.
(:t) Commencing at a pott ��>n the liiternatlon
al boundary line one mil-* ea*tof the i-aal fork of
Mj-Mi.ii  iTi-i'k   i.l.om   ii*  mile-*, cunt of   Kykertt*,
b <, , thenee i-am .o obalna- thenoa north law
ohalna, thenee 80 ohalna mat, thenoe 40 obalna
���outh, thence40 obalna aaat. thence ho --haiii-*
no uth   lu tlie   [foint of (���oiiiiii'.-ni'i;iiiL-iil ami   eon*
laming 040 acrea, more or lean,
laoeateii in,- 23rd flay of October, A.I) , 1U07.
U_Amt_a Q. kekukh.
Notice In ben.by given mat *>-j nnyu all*;r -late I
Intend to apply to tha Hon. Chief Dotnmleatpnei
of i-aiid** and worki fur pernuaaion topurahue
the following deaorlbed Undi, eltusted in weat
Koolenay dlatllOt' Ci.mmeiH.inf- at a poat mark-
Ml by name an Initial poat of the Hmilli Fork
branch* one hundred foet from the iunetlon of
Irf.nt creek with the aouth fork; thence onc-
lyuui-h r mile to the northweatoomer poll, tbenc��
one .nth* to tbe uurthuait corner poit, thence
We win sell lie balan. r tba lines at net cost prices.   Nov is your
chime,    to .:> i    i   BARGAIN   IN  A  COAT.
CHILDREN'S   UNION   UNDERVESTS   AND   DRAWERS,   i. t-nlar   price   40
cent .   at   2_   cents.
We  have  a lot   ..r n.l.ls uml  eniU  111   I.a.lies'   anil   Cliil.lren k   Wool   VchIh
an.) Drawers al Cost  Pricsi to clear.
You can buy a lo-acre Fruit Raudi in the best  frnit>growing district
in British   Colombia by paying   % IO down and $m per   month.
Even as an investment this is worth consideration.
Fruit Laud has trebled in value within on year. What will it do next year?
\vai-_i> sTRiarr, nulson
ooc-'-tiarler mile  to the ���outheanwornt-r poll,
thenoe one mile to the place <���. i ommenoament
Junet>, I.*.".        Located by w��  CastvotLT.
KelaonLend DUtrlot Dlatrtetoi WeetpCootenai
rake nollee that I. < harien Sidney Leary. of
Hurtnn f ity, B. C . oocopetlon farm. f. intend Ui
aj'ply for perm lnt* ton to puri-haiie the following
described lati'l ; I'mninctii'ltig at a t����nt planti-.l
about live mllen uorihM,*Ht fruin the mouth uf
Moequito oreek an-i markt-ii "O. fl   I*'i northeast
corner," thence ftontli  a., i-haltia, th.ii'--  wi*1 **"
ebaiuc. thenoe north ���**) ihainn. thenoe aaal M
<-halnf to  point of i-ommencement, contaltiiiig
640 acrea.
Hept. 7th, l'J07. <.MARi.aa PiiiKRV  I.karv
Velaon i^n<i Dtatriot. btatnetol Weat Kootenay
Take notice that If Wniuinn, o-'cupatton rtn-
oheri k B. Haatinaa oecupeUon electticLan; and
K ri. P Smyth, iM'cupatlou lumberman i all of
Procter, B* C.. intend to apply for a ipeolel tim*
ber licence over ihe fotlowlng deacrlbed  landa.
Commencing   ata  punt about Ihrce iml'-n cant of
Wlimn-reel on south ahoreoj Kootenay Lake
thenoe aouth BO oha4na. thenee eaat ao <-hainn,
thi-ii'-enurtb Hi rhalin. tht:ni-e   went -*u cualnn to
point <>f oonunenoement, i:oniaininK ?>vi acrea,
mon* or l*-nn.
Beptemher Mth, WOT. H  wii.maj-ii.
It. h. Haannoa,
K   H. 1'. BMTTB.
Nelnon Lend Dlstrlet Diatnctol went Cootenay.
Ta_e notice thai 1. lobn -Tame*) Cameron, of
Perole. B. C., occupation contractor, Intend to
apply for a aped���1 timber tioonae over tin* (ol
lowing deacrlbed lands:
No. 1 Commencing at a po*-t platit--<l about
thr"'- nillt-n from the went tOCp "f the B 1".
5<iisthi-rii l: v , mi   Carroll   i-rcfk,   am!   adjoining
a J M. h, w oorner poat No i claim, marked
"j.j. c n   \v   oorner   poet'1  thenea  cam au
chains, thence  south WJ eh a Itm,   then re   wi-**t  M
ehaina, thenoe north ho chains to the plaea ol
c-immenoement containing MO aareg, more or
I'ateil October '2-r-th. 1��|7
Nn. '.. (-rOmmenolng al a pout plantfil about
in., ami a half mile!- from the went loop ol the
B.O, Southern Ity   on a small   ntn*aui   finptvliir*
into Carroll Greek and marked "J. J ... n w,
corner post," thence south hii ohalna, Lhenoe
eaat80ohalna, thenco north U ohalna, thence
Went H-M-hiilnn lo the point of eoti)iiir:ii'-i'iiiciiI,
contaliiliu- fiin acres, more or lew.
Dated Ootober Mth, bw.
No 8, Oommenclng at a pint pli.uti-d nlamt
one Imlf mile   from   the   w. nl  loop of   lhe H C
Mou them ity. t.n Carroll oreek marked "J J. O,
n. vi, corner poet, thenoe nouth ho chaitm, thanoa
ea-t Wl chain-., Ihence DOfth H��j ohalna, thenee
wrNl 8.1  chuliiH to   the   place   of  com DSC���Qemonf
contaiiiiuK 810acrea, more or leas.
Dated October _.th. 1W/7.
John Jame- camkkon, Looator.
Nelnon Lend Dlatriot Diatrlotof went Kootenay.
Take notice that I, fUexander Joaeph UoCool,
of Kcrnlc, H C, occupation, hotel keeper, Inteini
to  h pply   for a ���[����� flal   timber  licence  over  tho
Following deacrfbed landai
No 1. ("oiniii"UcifiK at a post plan ted about
three miles from the B **. Houthern Ity. went
loop on Carroll crotk, narked "A. J M. H. K.
corner   ponl,"  thence  nortli  Hii   ohalna,   thenee
waatN chains, thence south ho ohalna, thenoe
eait H0 ehalns  to   the   place   of eoniliieiireineiit,
oontalnlng 840 aorea, more or .cm..
Dated Ootober 35thi t'Jtn.
No. 2 (.oinmeucinK at u pOfll planted about
one ami a half mile from the west loop ol the
B. C, Southern Ity. on a small stream running
Into Carroll Creek am) marked "A.-I M N.VV.
corner post, thence m uth W) Ohalna, theuce east
no chains theuce north no ohalna, thenee went
HO chains to the place ol commencement cou-
talnlii-/ r.tli a��rres, more nr less.
Dated Octoberaoth, ii��07,
No :t   Oonunenolng it a post nliwitefl about
two miles from the went loop ut the B. C. MoUth-
erh By. on Carroll creek, marked "A. J. M ri-IC.
corner post," thenoe went Hi. chains, thence
north Hu chains, theuce east m chains, thence
south HO chains (-uu lain lug 6-10 acres, more or
Dated October '.frith, i'.��.v.
���UiZAMnaa Juaarn McCouj., Locator.
nave >..11 beard ol W   "' "
sii...-    made    especially fnr r'"'.
Wh��n    tlie      wet      welltllT   ��   "g*
Made In  men's ami  W..111.11 sJ'"1
Calf Uppera, ami Poll Brta*����
Price, Women's   *4'50
Men'.       -600
ANDREW   A   CO.   Propncto*.
��� ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������*������������������������**��� ******M.
We  carry the Boeal   lines of    Kan. >
Worsteds,  Chariots,  Venetians, Scotch
ni.il Irish Tw Is In ths wesl.
Every pinnsnt Ib BUArantse*. to i... in
the   most  correct  fashion.
Notlco In hereby Blven that tin* 1111-
dsrslgnsd havu aiilnnl'ied to the l.leii-
tenanl ���overnoff-ln-Oounoll a proposal
uini' r tli,* Itlveru ami Sticains Act fm-
thu clearing and removing obstructions
rrom the Uiilianiei Creek (otherwise
known as Bix-Mlls Creek) In tha nis
Un I. of West Kootenay, I'lovlneu of
Itrillsli Columbia, ami lor making the
salii creek lit for ii.ftIriK and driving
Lnereon logs, timber and lumber, and
for ereoting ami maintaining dams on
iho said creek, and for constructing
nn.! maintaining Looms for holding,
sorting and delivering h.^s uml timber
thereon,  und   ror  attaching  booma on
Kootenay l.uke ut thu mouth of slild
The lands lo be affected hy such
work are l-ots 7S7, 7K8. 7001, 77711, MM,
8411 ami XI13 ull In (Irollp One, Kootenay District, and other landa not Crown
Granted, occupied or Improved.
Tho tolls proposed to be charge,! are
such iih may lie fixed hy tlm Judge of
the   County   Court   of   West.   Koiitenay.
Dated lhe USth day of Oetober, 11107.
"COMPANIES   ACT,   1897.'
Notlco is hereby B'v^'^'Ksi:
Miller, of tho town of 0r*"����-L* *
man,   has   been   uppoliiicd u , ,,r
torney   of    "Tho    Kinney -Mill' ���
8. v, WOOTTON,
Registrar of Joint Stock C<>m<""'',*
Victoria, liritish Colutubla, OflMW
Certificate   of   Improvement*
...M,....r..��l 'n-'-l "���''���i'''','
.t;;M,,,n'[r;.'N,':.,.n"M..,t..K i"-'-'-"
Balmon river, on ir.i�� Mi"n"��'
llllli.slri.lil KM.;. B.C. K.li,"l'inll"r''',l.:'
tl���.|.iir.,,.... "I ..bt.ll.lns ,,
Us led Ibis iltb dsr "I n��l>">"�� The Dally Canadw~
It yon knew you could buy
o( fittest  quality stamped "Canada Approved"  by Government
Inspection on every package, would   you trouble making it, particularly when it will Cost You Less.
\\'e have it   in all   sizes to suit   families, boarding houses
and hotels, 7, 14 and z8 lb- Pails; 6o lb- tubs-
P. Burns & Co., Ltd.
gjislo, Rossland Boundary
Wholesme  Provlalonn,
Produce, - Rruit.
te.v.-rnnient Cronmery One-Pound Hncks r.*ce.ived wwaiy fresh from the
churn.    For sale hy all leading grocers.
Office and warehouse: Houston Block,    Phone 79.
Josephine Street.        - -        -        Nelson, B. C.
Snaps mi Saturday niy,ht :    Kxteusiou tables, Kitchen tables,
cis k stoves, heaters, iron beds at bargains.
We want your   second hand   goods.    See us before you sell.
We pav the highest cash price.
|     DtatrUI of WeNt Knotenay
���abeUa Pleree.   ��� Straaabnrgi
I o i   W'.inan.   lOtMtdl   lo  apply
purebaae the ...iln-Aiin- ifea
.  !t��uclMR at a pont pUiilc.: at
���   i'ii*   north   ��*ouii'larT of l-ot
 loary -"  i*"1  N"   ",St'
.   , more or leea, to tba north
i     tbei   Limit   No. Ten.   tbeBce
| ..   _t ax _ii ebalna, met. or
��� - ���    ...  *-\ batahan  lake, tbenca
.    h  aoatbarlr  ao-i  veaterl]
,,   -    more   or   Lena   io the inter
Lot Sl**-".   iheilCe .** chains,   mon- nr
uteri*1   Ik��uuilary  ol Lit MB t"
;��� - ment.
Dated Jib l)< ; it-* r, L80T.        Icahella 1'iERea,
i-   -,  kai--*' tia. igent.
|* Miitrii t ol ��i"l Kootenay
Ttkpiiotirv thai Jobn Hhieii, ol Raedlea, B.C.,
raoeber, iut**-u'.�� to apply for per-
p rcbaae   the foUowiiiK   oeeerlDeo
D|   a1   a   poft   plante-1   at   Ihu
- ol  but ,��%i. tbanoa we��t -w
-    i ���otitb  **"  chain*..   Ihi-nte  en**, -to
�����ni��. tbence north So ehalns lo the point of
at Kiel containing law acrea, more
'   ���    I : October. 1W7. Jam**- shiell.
F  <��   K*rvriEe, Agent.
IttJ-on Land hietrtct Dfettiot of Went EooteMy
��� ���  that I. John Lang, ot NHm.ii. II. <'.,
mnpaUon   miner  intetul   to apply lor permia-
.   following oeeorlbed landa:
i)t it t poll   l.l.tnleil at   lhe   N. r    of
tui �� ill-tin*, tbenca aontb BQ
..   *..���--.  ������> ehaina, thenoe north a)
fkMnito poinl ���>( ������ ��� ��� tent, containing 40
���  ���
���   . John I.aWi.
ISeU-tn l.and I'lstrirt    DUtrlot of W<V Kootenay
T��., ,,..,,, ,!rl, Anrna MeOtU, of the City_H
i pa tlon 0 reman, in tomb* to apply for
������ t�� porcbaae the foiiowitiK deacrlbed
i* iniiiK  at a   pout  planted  at  the
���     Mon taon'a ranch, lu  Mr
���   north   forty   (40)  chain*,  tbeiie
-��� * , ebalna, ihence   i-untli loity  (40
- ureal forty ( no ohaini oint o
��� ni   and contawini  one bond red
acres, mo:.- or leaa.
nb- i an :, 1907.     .ftxeua KcQtu.
I* Di ��� .. t   DUtrlot ol Weal Kootenay
aUi uie that Philip Hrooksbaiik.ol KelMtt.
iHetlnn ranoher. Intend! to apniv lor
lopui bus the following deacrtbed
' HI nix   at   a   post   planted   oil   the.
il i pper Whiiit-hati {-'arlboo) lake, at
; i ��� I irner ol Lot MM, thenoe mat���I ohalna-
ihao chatn*-. thence can 20 ohalna,
��� ;���"'       li u    to   tba   ihOro   nl the   lake.   thencM
nirtlnTlj .iI��� 111 k the fulil   Ihorttt  chalnw,   more
inn   ���(  11 inmeiicemenl,  containing
w���''-������, mora or 1   ���.
"atedHepI   hiin. iwu.     riiiu.tr Hbookciia^k
'"!*"*i Un.1 Dlatrloi.   WatrlCtOl West Kootenay
T��kc  notloe   that   11 iik"   OotteiUi  of Altoiia,
"���OlUiba,     farmer.       intends     to      apply     for
praiaio-r- lopnrobaaa the following aeaorlbed
"iiimeiielnj-   at   [i   peal    planted   about
ftoni the mouth of MowjUltlo
����i.rk.:,i"irV,:-r--Br ��r thxn *pplIcm'
���t nortb
    lloii   a'i'l
corner." ami ruuiiliiK Booth
llu'lice west HO cIimIHN, 11..Mice liorlb wi
���in.' i-MHtHU ehaina  to point of t:om-
������ -...., .ii. cofiiatuiiiu mo acrea.
1>��U-| :bhh day of AukiinI. 11W7.
Hl'iin CosTEBB.
AHTIU'K A. Bl.UTOM,  Agent.
I -n-,,,,.
910 nowiN
IO  ACkl-S
We offer you best fruit lands;
bost terms; bnst locatiim; best
climate. Absolute    titles.      You
don't have to use all of your means
In jiaylne for land. Wo want you
to put It into development. We
also have tracts of 50 to 6000 acres,
prices and terms the best. We own
these lands and handle nothing on
If ynu don't see Fruitvale you
miss the best ln B. C
Kootenay   Orchard
Ward Street, Nelaon, B. C.
Certificate   of Improvements
"Union" MtinTsl .'tstin sltuste tn tho Nelson
MtiitiiK lilvlsL.n, of Ui,- W.st  Koot,-iin>- lltstrlct.
When   I...HI..I      .... T.iH.l Mi.lilitsin iv.i.H.1.1 s
hsti mil... ir.nn Nelson, It .'.
Ttlk*. notloe ll.ul 1. W. a   Mh.-.Ioi.uI'I. tirtillg sa
sk.'iu (ur ttiiwh Boitaerlsnd, ft** Miner's Cer-
ttll.ste N.i. BU,.ltB, Inu-ii'l t-y.lHys (r.iui Ihe .lste.
lierenf. 1.. spiily   to  the  MtlllnK   H,.,or.I.;r  tors
. .Tiiti.'st.'ot improvement., for tt... purponef
..l.lsinltiM s Crown  'lrii.it   ,,f  .lie  .bos*, .ltiiin.
And   l.irther   .site   notloe   Hist   H.'lt.Mi.   illl.t.-r
sh-viioii :i7. iniisi be oommuiebe before tin* ls-
.nanc. ..i suot. reruiii .,'..��� *��r improrementi
liHte.t thls'zilr.t .Uy ..t Beptembor, A. I.. IW7.
W. A    MACI.UNAl.tl
Certificate  of  Improvements.
I *.li
'""I Una DUtrlot.   Illstrl.'l ol West Kootensy
I in   "    'i'"l'e   Hist     Rrsnll     K.    Slolnsn.     "t
!���''���>".   Manitoba, broker, tnt.n.i. lo   appir
I;   i-rini..i���i, ,��� puroiaa. the lol|o��lni de.
 IsJMl.n.l:   r.Miiiiieliel.i.   a. ��� post   plant, .lnt
1 -"   ^H 1' ' "."lliPBHl ...mer ol  lull.I   nl.nlle.l 'or. nl.onl
��� i,""'"'!'"!"  tho ino.ul.  nl   M....initio DIM
B . ,o'' ' v   K K s' HI. oorner," H...1 rimiilliK Iheliee
f*   ^JJ","'i��ieii��i.is, thenee ��.*��� bo eiisl.is, thenee
I '"min. ;.,
I.sills, thenen east V I rhntns to (.olllt ol
...  .   ''loeiii. eo.it.ii.itti-I'loaeres.
"tad 10th .l.y ol August, 1 m.
I  II .MS  P. 1.IKMAN.
.Mllll...    .    H.IHION.  As""'
| ln lh�� Matter of    the "Land    Registry
Act" and Amendment* thereto,
Mi'.."..' "".""r nl sn npplienllou lor lhe Issue ol
^'"I'h.ni,',,! i|���, oerMnoate ol Tin,- [pi tot.
. and Hot,   Uroup 1. Knot, nny  lil.trlft
I,,'   , I.'f.l.y glyell Unit It IS   in*'   ll.tellllon
llr.i ���,*.'(! """Al'lintloti of one month Irom the
Tit!..,  ."''"""ii n.rool a ii....iiestn Certiorate ..i
J '"���' ,"">' .!.'.li.'serll���..l hunts, in Ihe iinmeot
1,J , ,',"'' 'I' k   lloherlsou   whleh   .'.'Itlllenle   Is
i..,.  ,:;��� '"ii .i��.' of Angusi, lots, and is num-
ssIum lil'-J"1'*' time.,, t-oiHon, nr.,  m��t ol
District Ueglsirar.
In   th.- Tr...it   l.nki'   Mining    I'lvislon.'ot   Wesl
Kootenuy   lll.trtet.   1^,,-nte.l   on    Po&ltf    .reek,
'inke   nollee    thai    I.   .'.   I's.lley  Free  Millers
I'erllll.Bl,.  No.   MUth,   I..I.....ISU il.rs   Irom   tile
date inn. of to apply lo th.> muiIuk Beeorder tor
s I'erllll. air ol liii|.rovemi.ul�� l.ir Ule puifose Ol
ul.l.iliillit n Orown I.mill Of the ntiove rtsiin.
An,I   llirllier   tnke   nolle,,   ihnt   h.-IIou  uiuler
Heetiiu.  ;n,  intisi   be  eommenoed   bsfor.   the
ls.ua...',. .,1 Sll   I. .'ertllienle ill  1... Oroyeuieilts.
Dated ihtsMh ,tny ol Ootober, t��i?.
0, 1'AIU.KY.
In 111" matter Ol nn appllentinn tor the Issue, ot
"  --." ��� *- ���i Tllle tor par. (Ill neres)
k|_d"ft.trr OfflO-a, Kelaon, B. C..S.pt.n.bor
iw'h, iwn. .it   k. Ma.l.a".'."
Illst-lel K.-ulslrnr
The Silver Grill haa opened under new management. White labor
only employed. The beet 35 cent
meal in the city.
Disappearance of Gold From Circulation
Peculiar  to   Mahomedan   and
American   Statea.
The so-called currency scarcity in the
United Btatee continues almost unabated, although the jucinltmis which are
being peld eppe_r t<> have fallen from
four per ceni. to one and a half. The
plain fact which can no longer he dls-
gultod Ir- lhat the hanking syKtem t��f
the United BtatSfl has broken down. Not
one or two banks, but practically all of
them, are in the position of having unsaleable securities and no ready money.
in spite fif the enornlooi credits which
they bave been able to secure In London, they are unable to meet their engagements. The effect upon Industry
In the United States must be very serious unless by some means credit is restored.
People   who   liavi-   been   able  t0  obtain
money have shnply hoarded It, and refuse to entrust It lo the banks. Mr.
Gortelyon, the secretary ol tht treasury,
appeals to the people to trust the ba_kp,
bul so Car without visible result. Meanwhile the curious condition is observable that credit is as it were enforcing
Itself by the mere absence of confidence. People are accepting cheques
for everything because they must. The
customary fabric of credit has been
smashed by various Influences, political and economic, and a new fabric is
as   it    were   spontaneously   organizing
The situation is almost unparalleled.
It resembles a state of siege In which
all payments are suspended, and people accept promises to pay because they
have no choice. This condition has
spread over the country. Not merely
in New York, but In Pittsburg and in
San Francisco cash payments are for
the time simply suspended. The country has lapsed Into a condition of what
may be described as conditional sol-
vi'iM'v. Tin* banks are solvent if they
could realize their securities. Meantime they cannot do so on any terms.
The hoarding of money to the extent.
as alleged, oi $5*1.000,000 has simply absorbed the whole of the funds received
from Europe at great cost by the banks.
It Is small wonder thai doubt should
exlaji about the expediency of making
farther eUIi iients i-r gold, as they might
have the same destination. Thu tiituu-
tion can really only be paralleled in
Mohammedan countries like Egypt or
India, where hoarding Is'a practice encouraged by the Koran, and where, owing tO the Increas.-d prosperity of the
people under British protection, enormous sums are kept in coin.
Of late years millions have poured into Kgypt. and have not reappeared.
Lord Cromer, In a speech the other day
mentioned the case of an Egyptian who
|. ft a fortune equal to MOO.000 in gold
Coin. The New York Post not unnaturally remarks upon the extraordinary
circumstance that the situation In the
United States cannot be paralleled ex*
ccpting in the east. The premiums will
probably draw out the hoards, and nol
Improbably within a few days there
will lie a rush of hoarded money for Investment and deposit Meanwhile the
inconvenionce and loss to commerce
and industry must be enormous, while
retail trade must be very seriously affected.	
���COMPANIES   ACT.   1S!��7."
Canada, )
Province   of   llriilah   Columbia.   \
No.   407.
This is to bertiiy that "Western Canada Timber Com punJ Limited." Is authorized and licensed to carry on business within the province ot Hritish Columbia, and to carry out or effect all or
any of the objects of the Company to
Which the legislative authority of the
Legislature of liritish Columbia extends.
The head office of the Company is situate   at   liJl-4,   Dashwood   House,   New
Broad street, in Hie city of London.
The  amount of  the capital    of    the
Company is one hundred and seventy-
live thousand pounds, divided into one
hundred and sevetity-flve thousand
shares of one pound each.
The head oluce of the Company In
this Province is situate at Nelson, and
Leslie Hill, Manager, whose address is
.Nelson,  li.  C, Is   the  Attorney   for  the
Given under my hand and seal of offlce at. Victoria, Province ot Hritish Columbia, this 86th day of October, one
thousand  nine  hundred and   seven.
| L.S.I 8.  Y.   WOOTON.
Registrar  of Joint   Stock  Companies.
The objects for whirl) this Company
has been established and licensed
(a.�� To carry on business in Canada
ur el ewhore as saw-mill prop rlctors,
timber merchants and timber growers.
and to buy, sell, grow, prepare for market, manipulate, import, export, and
deal In Umber and wood of all kinds,
and to manufacture and deal in articles
of all kinds in the manufacture of which
timber or wood is used, and to carry
OU business to* ship owners and carriers
by land and water, and so fnr ns may
be deemed expedient tlie business of
general merchants, ami to buy, clear,
plant and work Umber estates and limits:
(h.) As (he first operation of (ho
Company to purchase or otherwise acquire and take over as a going concern
the business and undertaking of the
Canadian Pacific T Imber Company,
Limited, and all the timber limits,
lands, buildings and erections, water
rights, fixed and moveable plant and
machinery, tools, utensils, logs and
lumber, live and dead stock, stores nnd
effect!, and other the property and assets of that Company In British Columbia and with a view thereto to execute
and make the agreement referred to In
Article :, of the  Articles of Association
of tbe Company.
(c.) To seek for and secure openings
for the employment Of capital in Canada or elsewhere, and with n view
thereto to prospect, enquire, examine,
explore  and  test, and  to  despatch  or
employ expeditions,  commissioners,  experts and other agents:
(d.) To institute, enter Into, carry
on, assist or participate in financial,
commercial, mercantile, industrial,
manufacturing, mining and other businesses, works, contracts and undertakings and financial operations of ail
kinds, and to undertake and carry on
any business transaction or operation
commonly undertaken or carried on by
financiers, promoters of companies,
minors, bankers, or underwriters, concessionaries, contractors for public
and other works, capitalists or merchants, and to carry on any other business which may seem to the Company
capable of being conveniently carried
on in connection with any of tbe objects
or the Company or which may be
thought calculated, directly or Indirectly, to enhance the value of or render pro
fltable any of the Company's property
or   rights:
(e.) To open, promote, acquire, construct, equip, maintain, improve, work,
manage or control, or aid in or subscribe towards the promotion, acquisition, or construction, equipment, maintenance, improvement, working, management or control of works, undertakings and operations of all
kinds, both public and private,
snd tn particular roads, ways,
tramways, railways, telegraphs, telephones, cables, ships, lighters, harbours, piers, docks, quays, wharves,
w arehouses, bridges, viaducts, aqueducts, reservoirs, embankments, waterworks, water-courses, canals, flumes,
irrigations, drainage, sawmills, crushing mills, smelting works, iron, steel,
ordnance, engineering and implement
works, hydraulic works, gas and electric lighting, electrical works, power
supply, quarries, collieries, coke ovens,
fonnderles, furnaces, factories, cement.
limestone and other works, carrying
undertaking*; by land and water, public
and private buildings, townsites, residences, cottages, stations, stores and
shops, whether for the purposes of the
Company or for Sale or hire to or in
return for any consideration from any
other companies or persons:
(f.) To promote, moke, provide, purchase or otherwise acquire, take on
lease, or agreement, acquire running powers over, lease, let. grant
running powers over, work, use,
Hell and dispose of railways.
Ham ways and other roads, ways and
means of access to any part or parts
of the property of the Company, and to
contribute to the expense of promoting,
making, providing, acquiring, working
and using the same, and to purchase,
take on lease or otherwise acqidre and
hold, and to erect, alter, pull down, rebuild, and adapt houses, cottages, warehouses and buildings, and to purchase,
construct, erect, hire and maintain,
woik. us e. lease, sell, charter or let,
rolling stock, plant and machinery.
trade utensils and appliances, locomo-
lives, engines, waggons, trucks, carriages, ships, tugs, barges, piers, harbour*, wharves and other appliance,
works and vehicles for and used in
connection with the trans port by land
or water of (he produce of the Company's  works  and properties:
(g.) To make and carry into effect, arrangements with land owners, railway.
shipping or canal companies or owners, carriers ami any other companies
and persons for the purposes of the
Company, and to grant mining and
other licences over, or leases of, any
part or parts of the property and rights
of (he Company:
(h.) To purchase or otherwise acquire, hold , sell, exchange, mortgage,
charge, convert, turn to account, dispose of and deal In real and personal
property and rights of all kinds, and
in particular lands, buildings, hereditaments, business concerns, and undertakings, mortgages, charges, annuities,
patents, patent rights, copyrights, licences, securities, grants, charters, concessions, leases, contracts, options, policies, book debts and claims and any interest in real or personal property,
and any claims against such property,
or against any persons or company, and
to finance and carry on any business
concern or undertaking so acquired, and
t.�� keep up or abandon all or any of the
properties, businesses, patents or privileges now or hereafter to be acquired by
the  Company:
(I.) To transact and carry on all
kinds of agency and commission business, and ln particular to collect moneys, royalties, revenue, interest, rents
and debts; to negotiate loans; to find
investments; and to issue and place
shares. stocks, bonds, debentures,
debenture stock or securities:
<J.) To obtain, acquire, woik, lot, or
dispose of any concessions or authorizations of any Government, municipal
body, or other aulhorily. for any works,
or undertaking which the Company may
desire to promote or carry on, and ttt
obtain the promulgation of any laws or
decrees which the Company may think
necessary or expedient for or in respect
of any such works or undertakings, and
to construct, equip, maintain and work
any such undertakings or works, and
generally carry on business as contractors for public works, or (o sell and dispose or any such concessions or aulhor-
(k.) To contract with or aid any Sovereign or other Power. Government, or
State, or any municipal or other
body, politic or corporate, or
company, or persons for or In
relation to capital, credit, means,
or resources for the prosecution of any
works, undertakings, projects or enterprises; also to contract for and act as
agents or otherwise In relation to loans
or securities iss tied or proposed to be
issued by any Government or State, or
municipal or other authority, or company or corporation, or persons or person:
(1.) To acquire any inventions capable of being used for any purpose connected with any of the businesses or operations of the Company, and to acquire
or cause to be applied for and obtained,
any letters patent, patent righta, licences, Contracts, options, or concessions,
In any pari of the world, and to grant
and Issue licences for the use of the
same or any of (hem upon such terms
and conditions as may be considered
(m.) To subscribe for, undcwrlte.
buy, sell, and deal In stocks, hares,
debentures and seeni-tllon of an> other
company, whether  Uritlsh,  Colonial  or
Foreign, or of any Government or authority, supreme, municipal, local or
otherwise, or of any company whose
operations may be beneficial to this
Company, or with a view to assist any
company which may carry on, or be
about to carry on, any business useful
to this Company:
fn.) To purchase or otherwise acquire and undertake all or any part of
the business, property, and liabilities of
any other company, firm or person, the
objects of which shall be altogether or
in part similar to those of this Company, or to make and carry into effect
arrangements with respect to the union of interests, co-operation, partnership, or amalgamation either in whole
or In part, with any other companies,
corpora'ions or persons:
fo.) To sell, lease, let on hire, exchange, or otherwise dispose of absolutely, conditionally, or for any limited
interest, all or any part of the undertaking Of the Company, or all or any of
the lands, heredf anient s. property,
rights, or privileges of the Company,
or all or any of Its undertakings, and to
accept pay men 1 therefor in money,
shares, stock, debentures, or other obligations, either by a fix^d payment or
by payments conditional upon or varying with (he earnings or profits of the
(p.) To establish and promote, or
concur In establishing and promoting.
associations, companies, syndicates and
undertakings, to purchase or take over
the whole or any part of the property of
this Company, or any concessions.
rights or property In which this Company has any interest, or for any of
the objects mentioned in this memorandum. To secure by underwriting or
otherwise the subscription of any part
of the capital, whether original or Increased, of this Company, or of any
such association, company, syndicate,
or undertaking as aforesaid, and to pay
or receive any commission, brokerage.
or other remuneration In connection
therewith, or for obtaining applications
for or placing or guaranteeing the placing of any debentures, debenture stock,
bonds, or other securities of this or any
other company, and to make or receive
such payments or remuneration either
in cash or shares, fully paid or otherwise, or debentures as may be deemed
(q.) To guarantee the payment or
money secured by or payable under or
in respect of bonds, debentures, debenture stock, . contracts, mortgages,
charges, obligations and securities of
any company, whether liritish. Colonial or Foreign, or of any authority, supreme, municipal, local or otherwise,
or of any person whomsoever, whether
corporate or  unincorporate:
(r.) To pay for any rights or property acquired by (he Company, or any
services rendered to the Company, in
fully or partly paid shares or stock, debentures or other securities of the Company, and to makes such payments or
gifts by way of bonus or otherwise, and
either in money or in any other value
as may from time to time be deemed
expedient for Information or advice
given or for services of any kind rendered to the company, or in connection
with which the Company may be directly or indirectly. Interested, and generally to make any payments or agree to pay
any commissions, with or without any
consideration moving to the Company.
If it is considered by the Directors in
the interests or, directly or indirectly.
to the benefit of the Company to do so:
(s.) To lend money to such persons
nnd bodies, whether upon security or
otherwise, upon such terms as the Company shall think fit, and to guarantee
the perfomance of any contracts entered |
into by persons having dealings with
the Company:
(t.) To borrow or raise money and to
Issue debentures or debenture stock,
either redeemable or irredeemable, or
bonds or other obligations or securities
of lhe Company, or to create any mortgage or charge on all or any part of the
propert, and ass*��(s of the Company.
Including its uncalled capital or otherwise in such manner as tlie Company
shall think fit; to lake money on deposit
at interest or otherwise, and lo make,
draw, accept, and endorse bills of exchange, cheques, promissory notes, and
other negotiable Instruments:
(u.) To Invest any moneys of the
Company not immcdlatel yrequired In
such manner as may be thought fit:
(v.) To make donations to such
persons and In such cases, either of
cash or other assets, as may be thought,
directly or indirectly, conducive to any
of the Company's objects, or otherwise
expedient; and to subscribe or guarantee money for charitable or benevolent
objects, or for any exhibition, or for any
public, general or other object, and to
establish or support, or aid In the es-
tablishment or support of associations.
Institutions. conveniences, funds and
trusts calculated to benefit any of the
employees or ex-employees of the Company, or tho dependents or connections
of such person, and to grant pensions and allowances, and to make payments (owards Insurance, and apply the
money of (he Company in any way in
or towards the establishment, maintenance or extension of any associafion. Institution or fund for protection of the
interests of masters, owners nnd employers against loss by bad debts,
slrlkes, workmen's combtnadons, fire,
accidents or otherwise, or for insuring
or reinsuring with nny company, firm
or person, any risks, guarantees, or obligations undertaken by (he Company or
to which It may be subject:
(w.) To distribute any assets of the
Company among its members In specie:
(x.) To do all ac(s necoB.--.nry to procure (he Company to be duly constituted or incorporated and registered, or
recognised, as a corporation or association In Canada or America, or elsewhere:
(y.) To carry out the above objects,
or any of them, either on account of the
Company a'one or In conjunction with
any company, association, firm, person
or persons, and in nny part of the world,
and generally to do all such acts and
things as are incidental or conducive
to the attainment of alt  or any of the
above objects, and the Intention is that
the objects specified in each paragraph
of this clause shall, except where otherwise explained In such paragraph, be iu
nowise restricted by reference to or Inference from the (etins of any other
paragraph or the name of the Company.
We have for sale six of the finest building lots  in the  city,  situated at
the corner of Josephine aud Hoover streets. These lots are  cleared    and
fenced  and    command    a magnificent  view. Price,  ,2,000  for  the six or
will be sold separately is desired.
A great many sales have been made of lots ln this charming suburb
of Nelson and only a few best lots are left.
Office Rooms For Rent
Suite (2 rooms) of Office Rooms in Alan
Block, facing Baker St. Particularly good
McDermid & McHardy
Wharf C a. m. daily for Kootenay Landing and all points east. Close connections for Spokane. Returning arri.es
City Wharf 7 p. m.
TRAIN NO. 45 for Rossland and all
Coast points, connecting with Steamer
Ktiskanook leaves C. P. R. Depot 7.15 p.
m.   Wharf 7.40 p. m. daily.
TRAIN NO. 43 for Slocan. Roseberry
leaves depot daily except Sunday 9
a. m. Returning arrives 6 p. m. daily
except Sunday.
TRAIN NO. 41 for Rossland-Boundary
leaves Depot dally except Sunday 9.45
a. m. Returning arrives Nelson 10.30
p. m.
dally except Sunday, leaves City Wharf
7 a. m. L*ardo days: Mondays Wednesdays and Fridays.
For further particulars call or write
A ii. p. A..VmirouTnr.
D Y.A.. Nt-1-.nn
160 ACRES���About eight miles from
Nelson. Frequent trains, cabin,
springs. Owner would subdivide If
necessary $20 to $25 per acre.
25 ACRES Near Nelson���Cood. road.
Water  rights.  Small house. Stable.
Fruit   trees,   bushes   etc $4,000.
Also land    on    Kootenay and   Arrow
lakes, Slocan and Salmon rivers, etc.
Real E.tata Agent
315 Baker St., Nel.on, B. C.
Tremont House
Bnrotwtan and America Plan
���Ml. m ct��.   Boom. Irom at eta. so ��.
ou. wtalt. Hup Mmw&oya.
Batar St.. Nelson Proprtelon
baihr and
Most comfortable quarters      Nelson]
Onlj the best of Liquors and cigars.
Grand Central Hotel
Thoroughly renovated and refurnished. Rooms 50 cents upward. The
dining room ls unexcelled ln the city.
House heated throughout with hot
water. JeimM
J. A. ERIOKSON, Proprietor.
Telephone, 250.   Opposite Court Rota.
and Postofflce. Nelson. B. C.
Queen's Hotel
Baker Street, Nelson. B. C.
Large   snd   (JomforUble   Bedroom, and Flist-
clsas timing r
MR8. E. C. CLARKE, Proprietress.
Bartlett   House
Best DoIUr-a-D_y House In Nelson.
The Bar u tbe Fluent.
White Help Only Kmployed.
Jrntpphlne St.
Tenders Wanted.
In pursuance of the order of the Hon.
Mr. Justice Morrison, dated the 15th
October, A. D. 1907, tenders will be received by the undersigned for the purchase or lots 894, 595, 717, 1848, 1849.
2,143, and 593, kuowu as tbe "I..lue Jay,"
"Starlight No. 3," "Last Chance," "Silver
foul," "Hlizznrd," "Little Widow,"
"Starlight Fraction," and "Helena"
minerals claims respectively; one hundred tons more or less of zinc ore,
whereof sixty tons are now lying at
Kaslo, aud forty tons at the mines; and
all other the assets or the Last Chance
Mining compauy. Limited.
Such tenders to be made in writing
to me on or before the 1st day of December. A. D. 1907.
The '.iighes( or any tender wMl not
necessarily be accepted. Further particulars of the property will be furnished on application.
Dated tho 17th day of October, A. D.
Official Liquidator.
The Last Chance Mining Company. Limited, Sandon, UrltUh Columbia.
Royal Hotel
Bates |1 and $1.50 a Davy.
Special Rates to Regular Boarder.
AU Kinds of Heating Plants ln Stock.
Victoria Si, Nr. Owsra House.     Tel. HI.
W.   Q\*   OILLETT
Contractor and
Hole agent for the Porto Klco Lumber Co., Ltd..
retail vnMi. Rough unit tlrt-f-t-t.il lumber, turned
work svnd brAckbU, * 'ohm lath mid -.hint-leu, r*ab
ami doom. Cement, brick and line for t���le.
Automatic grinder.
Yard and factory: Vernon St.. oom*. oi Ball
1NIU.SON,  a. 6.
r*. o    iut_ _x i uu i-hona 17
m *'-. il
i ���;
���i ;
i <
.;$ i
Long Winter Evenings
Should vou be troubled with your eyes or have difficulty in see-
lnpflne print at night, glasses will again give you the power you enjoyed years ago
We have ull the facilities on tl:
ly and promptly.
,renilses to do this work  perfect-
An ideal winter garment
made of heavy quality English Moreen. Pleated
flounce, good wide skirt.
Colors, black, navy and
myrtle.  Each
STW3 lioo
Watchmaker and Optician
See Us
For Good Fruit Land
io Acre Blocks to 800
Acre Blocks.
Bedrock Prices. *
Easy Terms.
H. E. Croadsdaile & _:
Next Door to Bank of Commerce.
Waterproof Paints
Coal Tar, Pitch,
Creosote, Oils for
Preserving Timber,
Roofing Pitch and
Boat Builders w-ill find it to their ad-
vintage to use our Pitch.
Nelson Coke & Gas Co.
A consignment of
Peterson   Patent
In   all sizes, shapes and
Queen  Cigar  Store
BUSH & MATT HEW,  Props.
A. McDonald & Co.
Dealer*) in Htnple and fancy OnKjeriH1-,
Butter, Ekkh.
Damp and Mini-r**' Supplies.
A. M. Can. Bee. C. E.
Mining Work s Specialty.
Oflloe:  Uealey Building.    P. O. Box 434
taker ���*., nelson, m. C
TlH Hest Ham Coal on  the mar*
Bankhead Briquettes
The   Best   Domestic Cosl.
West Transfer Co.
. '.".ite���
Corner of Stanley and Victoria Sts.
Two Blocks from Depot.
C. Dickson. Winnipeg; J. McCallum.
Toronto; H. Car. ton. Iti-orkvUle; M-
Preaby, Ontario; Mrs. Ir Mooney, Pembroke; Miss B. G-ilmore, Almonte; G
Cleve, J.  Wilson. Vancouver.
r��   j
Cor. Vernon   and  \V��r_ 8tr����tM,
.���vt_u**ors'. _.. G
A. M. Phoian, A. Mcpherson, Spokane; Q, Q_we, Greenwood; T. McNiish,
Slocan: J. Darner, W. Bry'lson, Toronto;
W. D. Husk, Kokanee; L. L. Ramsay. J.
J. Simpson, Vancouver; S. F. Sheppard,
Calgary; S. Graham, E. Ho ra fall, Victoria; C. P. Kiel. Creston; G. Dunn, J.
y F.-ri:iiK-in. Montreal; H. F. Miller, A.
P. Lange, Portland.
E. S. Woodley, J. rnion, Slocan; A.
G. Watson, Wataon'a Siding; J. Allan,
Harrop; C. Young, Sirdar; j. Anderson,
.). Dons.*. A Bridges, H. Raitby, W.
Cromm, Met���a; J. Evans, Bonris; C. D.
Ogllvie. 6-Mile; li R Henry, J. McColl,
M Mates, Revelstoke; .1. McDonald,
.1. A. Crossland, Silverton; H. II.
Hit*nnernian. New Denver; A. H. Burden. Craw lord Hay: S. K. Scovil, Spokane; B. irvitif* and wife. Greenwood:
E -I. McLaughlin, Seattle; H. Hodgson.
A Wilson, Honnington; W. March
mont, N. Card, Rossland, J. Rvan, A.
McOiU, J. McCian, Ymir; J. Mellis, A.
McLennan, Erie; W. R. Criope, J. H.
Lurton, Salmo.
H. Bowyer, T. H, Mansfield, Granite;
W. H. Taite and children. Cranbrook,
R. T. Martin. Ainsworth; P. Meaaenger,
Cobalt; R. New house, J. Newhouae,
J. d Stevenson, R. Melodmbe, Ymir;
D. Regis, M. Muldon, Rossland; I,
Crawford, Ainsworth; W. Russell. C.
Cole, Sirdar; B. Pavelin, J. Kgan, G.
Massey,  Kurton City.
Tne Daily Canadian
t Mining]
iVIELSOlX,     -     B. C.
r_NTKF���Hoat3   Wtklttom  tor Hotel   Htra'h-
cona.   Apj.ly Manager.
WAN'IKD J'li- Maker:-* tlie Tie* to be Kir, Tarn.
arm-k or I'lnc, will give tl ecu in each ln tbe
Blriug,  all   gOOd    timber        apply    to  Joseph
'ii iic*llr, CaHi-atlfj.       ^_______
WANTED���Kliuatlou by Youiig Scotmnau (mar
rliM.) willing to LRttkle anything, experU-u.-i-'i
1D KroOBITi .vine ami ttptrlt trade. Addre*.''
D. !>., Daily Canadian Offlw*.
A   I'AHTNKK   with   X2,0t)O  io    j.urc.haite  a   trult
ram.h near N- 1m.ii    A good Hpi-culuHon.   )?arL-
nur nt-eil nol Im' at t.vi'ly i-ngageil on rauoh.
For imrllt-ular*. api.lv T   (J   PROCTER.
LOST���J l-ADY'R t'MHKKLLA with gold rimmed
hand1 ��� left at K 1* Hall, ou night <if 2��ib
Kept. Finder pleam* return to Parker'-- _in-
ploy.nent Agency and leeelve reward.
Ai'omfortable Home tor a Voting I>ady, would
cult either hcbool letM-her, or young ladv in
t.tiKlui *���> lu   tbe t-ity.     AddreHH  K. C. Daily
TWo kikhi ��� ..rvrhi hoUM-i, swain beaUid
ply taouwfceeper. an. fiat, IL. W. C.block.
Silver suffered a further decline 01
today's metal markets, of four point
in   New   York  and  two in  London.
Dissolved  Partnership.
Laoey A* Dent, auctioneers, etc, hav*
dissolved partnership. The businesi
will be continued hy  William Laeey.
Tramway    Retufrns.
Dp to Nov. 11th the receipts from ilu
traniway service were $1,000 in exceSl
of those of last year to the same date
Uncle  Tom's Cabin.
A very good performance of this popular play was given at the opera house
last evening, hut the attendance was
Court in  Rossland.
His Honor Judge Forin is holding a
session of the county*-court in Ross.ami
today, and will return either tonight or
tomorrow at noon.
K. F. G. A.
The directors of the Kootenay Fruit
Growers' Association will meet in the
office of the secretary. D. C. MeMorris,
on Tuesday, Nov. _��t>th, at 11 a. m.
Football  Club's  Dance.
The   members  of  the   Nelson   United
Football   Club   have   perfected  arrang.
meats for  their dance in  the   K.  of  P.
hall   tonight  and  guests are  assured   a
pleasant evening.
More  Settlers.
The fame of Hritish Columbia fruit
lands is spreading. During the we*, k *
I any of fifteen Germans arrived in the
city, and will buy land with the Intention of engaging in fruit growing. They
all belong to the prosperous class.
S.  O.  E.
Tlie second social of the S. O. K. was
held last evening in the K. of P. hall
and was a decided success. There were
about 70 present. Progressive whist and
a musical programme was indulged in.
and a most enjoyable evening was
The  Coming  Ball.
One week only remains from now to
the holding of the ball of the season,
in   aid  of   the    provincial     sanatorium
maintenance. Already ii would seem
that nearly everyone in Nelson who
dances and many who do not have secured tickets.
University  Club.
The special committee of the University Club is meeting this afternoon
to adopt resolutions containing rocom-
mendation as to the University Kstah-
lishment Bill, and to arrange for tlie
publication of the paper read at the
last  meeting  by   Dr.  Arthur.
Major  Hodgins.
The last issue of Toronto Saturday
Night contains an excellent portrait of
Major Hodgins. Accompanying the
portrait i.s a length article dealing with
Major Hodgins' retirement from the
Grand Trunk Pacific. The paper referred to believes that the true story of
the trouble has not yet been told.
Hockry   Entertainment.
Pauline Johnson, the Iroquois entertainer, supported by Walter McRaye.
will give an entertainment in the opera
bouae Monday night. The programme
will be a humorous one drawn from
Dr. Drummond's folk lore. The press,
everywhere that Miss Johnson and
Walter McRaye have appeared, greatly
commend them. The entertainment will
be under the auspices of the Hockey
Glorious  Kootenay.
The last Issue of the l>ondon Times.
weekly edition, to hand contains the
article on British Columbia written by
K. Brain, who was one of the party of
British journalists who visited Nelson
in August. Nearly a column is devoted
to Nelson and Kootenay. Reference is
made to an hotel easily recognizable as
the Strathcona, and to fruit ranches
recognizable as those of James Johnstone and C. W. Busk. There Is unstinted praise of the quality of fruit
grown on the orchardIO on the arm.
which is described as "a very beautiful
sheet of water." What struck Mr.
Brain most, however, was the Ugh
prices of all commodities, both of hotne
production and Imported, and still more
the high rate of wages in nearly all
Roquefort Cheese
A new shipment of the   genuine   article 6oc   per lb.    Also
Genuine Swiss
35c per  11).
Limburger Cheese
ITOUJfS    A   Small   Purse   eon in inline  a rmill
���Ha Oi money tunl Borne tl'-keln. ''tie owner
hii oMftiu HHiiu  un applying to tilth f-fliee.
Nelnon Laud Dinlrit-t.   P.strtei ot Watt Kootenay
~aki* notice 1 hat Y. P. Burden, acting ai ag(.nt
[Or*?. H   Burden,  of   Poklok,   N. B.,   oeeunattoii
raiM-btuiH.,   Intends  to apply  for  permlBfton   to
1'iiri'iiHhi- the lollowing ile*-ertl��?d   landn:    Commencing at a potit platiU-d on the  ear-terly Short
of Arrow lake and about 10 chains north ot the
N. K. oorner of   lot 816H, tliem* east BO  --bain*,
thenee north 40 chain**, more or le-,-,, lo tbe lake
nhoie, thenee aouthwesterly along the lakesbore
to the point of commencement,  aud containing
H" Ki-n-K more or .���-*.
JJaled November lHth, iwr;   JAJOM H   Bhri.en,
F. P   Bohdkk, Agent.
Geo. P. Player
Office   Room  No.  2,   ELLIOT     BLOCK.
F. C. GREEN       1��. P. BUKDEH       A. H. GREEN
Cvil Engineers, Dominion and British
Columbia Land Surveyors
r. o. Bra 145 rt��M 2.11.
Corner Silica and Josephine Sts.
PMOMi   7
Over 600
Post Card Albums
THAT      GIVES      YOU     A      FEW      TO
We have th.-m to holdlOO. 200. 300,
400, 500, and  1,000 raids.
In artistically decorated cloth bindings at from Ouc to $4*00 each.
In  heavy cloth boards, leather back
and corners at from $3.uu to $5.75 each.
In handsome burnt leather cover.** al
from S5c to $3.75 each.
One of these would make a particularly  handsome  gift.
The picture poat card is more popular and more of th.-m an* being iold
tbanevcr before. They are with us to
stay because thiy answer a practical
purpose. They come ni so handy jusl
to say Hello to a friend or acquaintance when you haven't time or don't
feel  Inclined to  write a letter.
Nothing is more Interesting than to
collect these cards, and a poat card album will always  be an acceptable gift*
W. G. Thomson
lr^^r!ii.K *na    Nelson, B.C.
Phon* 3*4.
Coal! Ice! Wood!
Phone 265
Yale-Kootenay  Ice, Frait,
Fuel ��_ Poultry Co., Ltd.
N. E. co,. Baser   and   Ward   Sts.
The  partnership  heretofore  exiatlna.
between Win. Lace; and Wm. .1. I>*.'iit.
under th..* firm name of Laoey & Dent,
auctioneer! and second-baud dealei
has thiH day been dissolved by mutual
oonaeni ah accounti due Uie firm to
be paid Wm. Lacey at the store on
Baker street, where all accounts against
the firm will also be paid.
Dated  November _lst, 1907.
2 lbs. for 25c*
Joy's Gash Grocery
Cor. Josephine and Mills Sts
Btry Now
We have a Good Selection of
Cheap Houses from $750 to
$1500. Let us show you
them. Some extra snaps for
investment or for a home.
Wtltll.Hr.lt.-   tt.l.i     !���:���".'. I 1   I'fi 111'-    Ill
Fresh and Salted Meats
Camps supplied OB  shortest notice and
lowest prie.* Nothing but  fresh and
wholesome nieatsund suppbb k-'pt in Mock
Brlail ordure receive careful attention.
E.   C.   TRAVES.   ManaRf-r
Is Renowned
T5 Business Energy
$ LOO per Gallon
)* A. IRVING & CO.
|Telephone 161.
Benefit Nelson
Hockey  Club
Nelson Opera House
Monday, Nov.   25
Diract from th**ir Kraal London suco
at Btelnwa)   Hall, under tha patronage
of Lord Btrathoona and en route to Uu
BrltUh Weat Indlea.
i 'i ekahionwake I
The Eroquola [n41an-Poet-Etntertalner in
poema, laganda and stortaa. supported
by the emlnenl jroung humorist,
In   charming  skctch-s   from   Dr.   Drum
mond's folk  lore storlea ot  PYench
A pleaatng feature fit the erening wi'i
ba tbe dainty one act comedy
Written ������Hp'-claHy for Miss Johnson and
Mr. McRaye, in which they win
both appear.
Pali Mall t;:iz"tt.', London, England,
July 17, 1906: "They gave oin ion'
pleaanre bo a ih7--(.* anfi Caahlonable
Bra London, July Sl, 1W8: "The most
untqna and unhackneyed perfoi manca
of the seaaon."
Daily  Mirror.  London, July   17.   1900
"Loud applause followed each DUmht r '
Times, July 17. L9Q6: "A clerer and
effective programme.*'
or elactricaJ work finished and charged
for  from  tliis ahop  will  show  you  how
squarely and honorably we conduct ouj
Those who employ UK goad not worry
BbOUl  our Ohargea and as to  workman
ship they know it  is the beat.
Repairs Ui machinery, tele-phones, etc.
promptly   attended   to.
P. O. Box 165. Pbons 221 A.
OtWivi        NttiON. .  .{,{_
This Entertainiug Game is
for Everybody, Old and Young
and can be played indoors or
outdoors. It's a craze the
world over
PRICE 31.50
Canada Drug & Book Co'y, Ltd.
COR   BAKER   and   WARD.
Phone 81
���V~*">~* a.   A.   ISAAC R.   W.   HINTON
���V����r"��ti-tM|c SMt**��� sl��>l->fr*-lMK   _* SQUted %* Ith  I >��Npatwh.    Sheet M.u
Work.  J\l.t">.ti_ i��m*J  Mill  Mm;hl*i-��ry.      Mnnufagturtriiot
Or��   Cnr*>,   to-    to.    Cuntrnut�����r*_*   Cars.
that ii fashionable and durable can d-
bought now at a price that it wr- to
tempt you. Winter ttytet are being
ihown. Come quick and yet the pick.
Shirts, Collars and Cuffs galorf. Me*1*
ium and Heavy Weight Pajamai and
Night Shirts at proper prices.. Particular people will be pleated with our offer*
We would llko to see all our patroimcomrortable this winter and In order to
do so we have In Btoc'k the best assort ed line of heating stoves and cooklaj
-tuveB and  ranst.-a ever before presented to the public In Kootenay.
We would l>e pleased to show you our line and before making your par
chase kindly see What we bave to offer.
J. H. Ashdown Hardware
Company, Limited. N.ison Branch.
Tiirnr snr ssssi\# pi*,ce�� *��have y��ur prescription,��w
IHrKrflKrMuNY Q"��*�� h^-- *h<m properly .nd carefully
IIILIIUnilkllinill compounded as your phy.icim P��
acribes. bring them   to the    Popular    Store.
Peoic-Longiiurst Co., Ltd.
Baiter and Josephine Sts.
KT_J_5 Lombe*, Shingles,
Lath, TVloulciinKS, Doors, Window**.
I'urned Wor-k nnO llrackcts. Mail Orders promptly atten
VBRNON *)THI!r!T   -   -   ���    NUL.SON. H. O.
We have a full stock of the
Lime-Stilpher-Salt  Winter Spray
In 50-lb. and i gal. tins.
The Brackman-Ker  Milling Q__J&
For Miners, Lumbermen, Ranchers,    Housekeepers.
Let ��s Sapp'Y YoarlWs:
Wood-Vallance Hardware Co., Ltd
....   , . ,--i��.-.   szr-slNl Retail


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