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Array VoU'mh I
Jtoilig <E_maMan
Work Is
Calumet and -Hecla
CAPITAL
C, T. Caldwell Successful in Raising
Honey for Development���Jack
Chism in Charge.
A deal li���� " <���*' ot')' been closed ns u
n-su.t ul will, li uiu* of tho richest
n��� In Us-- I'uplar Creek district will
be dev.-lop.-il .m.l operated lit once. In
fast ilu- noi- isiiik o( lho workings hus
llmdl begun
'list iiroiB-rij Is Un.- Calumet, mnl
jIku.h ssn llupiil creek, owned l>y Jack
eiiibu. and -' ---sal partners.
Tb.- Calumi-i uml llocla la in the
: Iiwitii Poplar Creek gold (one. It
cuuuiu.s a lain-, iiirinatloli velu tlinsiiisli
which ruiiK a shoot ol in-.: milling
go.d mur..- Uinu a loot wide iunl very
rich, llss sin traverses tho claims
Irom und tu (.-nd.
The work dune on    the    properties
eooaists ul ,.;.u    i uts    stripping  Uie
' lein un [lis- aurluce and a Biiart ahout
: .1 Inst slt-s i> .111 hii is grade ore all tbe
I nj.
i.Since iht end ul lust July, when thu
[���fell illscnn-ry waa reported hy The
"l* Canadian, m-gotlatioos for the
ttaJisf.-r ul Us, |iro|ierty have heen In
I pngress wins iiarty artor party. The
���Kuril wi-i. nut (n ���, financial posi
i lo op.Ts.1. ihc-mselvea, bul vert
JMl willing io part with control with
���M whui ill- y iisnsldered lair valui
7 tali.
t I ssis, i ,,f the Pouting, mine
l��i����i-i. la si���. |uckv n,an who hat
pull)* succeeded in Interesting East
lm etpttal s.i nn extent sufficient to
Inmni il,.- ti-uinnliiis of work on tho
fs*ale ri-qiilrs��s|
Mr Chism is now at the property In
Itaarge uf Us.- wnrk.
Japanese for Mexico.
Hnlco Clly, Dec 26.���Warren Gar-
l*t joaeral agent of the Trans-
lOBanlc Emigration company, of To-
���Bo. Japan. f..r Mexico, has Just placed
IBM Japan. emigrant, who left Ja-
fat lasi mssiiili (or Mexico. Of these
t* were landed ut Mauzanllla and tho
Ijaialndi-r is,k. u i.j Snllua Cruz, where
I*!' were landed und taken to the
I "wena p'anlaUun. Among theso lal
l��wi-r,- V -...sin,.,,.   They will all he
���JJ ���"    ���'���  une fields.    Thirteen
l��nsiM ns.,i, are en route rrom Japan
I iH'i-iJii-rin,. :,; la |,,,|ng made of bring,
r���� Japanese women with tha men, us
1 ��� Uioughi liny will bis more con-
L'Wfd il iiis..   have  their  wives  Willi
Quelling Race Rlota.
*��l>la, Miss.,  Dec.    26.���One    coin-
IWay or Infantry nud a battery of anil-
I ry *Jl8" "I'd  here  today   In com-
l��Mdman,i or Colonel H. Ci. McCains,
VMi are pm lolling lhl. towll ���-,, au.
|*MiiiB oountry, which  hns  been much
.J���"*1" !   TOe  riotl.      Sev.-nil ne-
Rf* ''���'������   I ii  reported  killed,  but
i"��* ninmr-s are unconfirmed. Governor
I'Wsrann Isass Issued  Instructions    lo
\    *
uy ofrinsiB t0 prajerva peaoe at
ItlJ'i"'.!'''1        t'"1"'"'1     McCanta has
���L,���',("'1" I* Vurilainan    thnt thc
���FWMN Iss well  |n  ,,���,���,     There are
|> Mlcsllnns ol further tr.xil.lo.
Had a Merry Christmas.
like w Y��rk'  "'��   2f'��� A   ,lpBl"',c,1   '"
��� '"m fn��m New   Orleans    says:
'���-vsiv- killed, five fatally wounded
C ���" isriniuly hurt was the Christ-
naca,8,ni,ll> Usl In the stale, of Louls-
o'clort���,     mi  l""J  Alabama ��'!��  '"
Bu ". ��-     - ",Kl"'   In addition 1hr.ro
Hint mi "   '"SB "r   1160,000 nt State
I'htln.i,      "'"'-''ahle lo the premature
lire i 1 "re*#ork��, anil  a 110.000
IM a,,,. ,!" X""' -''li'niiR  ns  a  resuli
Ph
orks
erhig cracker.   In the Souih
�����'" used on Christmas dny
P'ewnco to ttfl
fourth of July.
American Sympathy.
|ti       Iaven,  Conn.,   Dee.   26.���This
Un k   ��� W"a 8ent toaa-v t0 ln<! val1"
I "C��rtta l"iK)Us nf c'*"���"��8:
l'toni,-   ���!       rry   "*el    Val- Vatican,
""' KnlRhla of Columbus of
it
'rtH I" adjust the difficulties
In
I '..Wil i ��"',!-'','.'.'    .n<1   loyal   support
In 1H�� ,V)!"|r",ll*,n w"h his holiness
I" He il,   , '" a<1]U8t the difficulties
|hl*n of    .',,    '" pran��e    and    assure
Hns,
Rill
Kdward    Hearn.    Supremo
WIIIM
��ve to America.
���patch,     ' "nc* 2t**~A    ��**b'e   d<v
-.Hav���'" Madr'd' nuMtahed here In-
ago to emigrate lu a body. A meettna
was held s������(iay, which appro-fed tb"
orrer of t|���. presidents or Uruguay and
Nicaragua lu supply  MvH  ���,���,   r,,,]()H
'��r  lhe  tiansportatluu    or    n ,,.
grunts.
NELSON, B. C, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 26, 1906.
Fifty Cunts a Month
I" thr-
�����)����� iii
lins.
it 90(10 of the Inhabitants
|_tith ���,"?,"' ''"it"*, which is 66 miles
saiiiinniica, decided sometime
RACE  RIOTS SPREADING.
Death and Destruction Rampant Among
Colored Citizens.
Memphis, Teun., Dec. *.*;.���With lhe
number or deuil placed by a consurvu-
live estimate ut oo, ih�� racial trouble
prevailing throughl Kemper county,
Miss., has reached a most uculu stage,
and uuiess quickly checked u ruesi wur
oi serious proportlom, ll la (eated,
will resuit. Alter quid had been re-
suireu st U'ahalk, where ihu ilisl out-
bleak occurred ,und Shortly aim Iiu-
depsrtUTS or lhe troops sum lo quell
UU disturbance, noiiiig bro���e out
a.r.Hh ai Scoobs, live miles south ol
til,: letter place, and during yesierday
ami last ulg���i ore negroes are reimrl-
ed to have been killed, or this latter
clash reports are cotiriicilug, some
placing the number ol killed and
wounded ut u score. Troops wire Immediately ordered tu the si. ae and
lull Merldiun early lodliy. Al U'ahalk
five negroes were killed before the arrival ol the troops,
Al Crawford, Miss, Conductor It. N.
Harrison ol the Mobile 4 Ohio railway,
was allot and rutally wounded by a
negro Inst nlghl. The negro In turn
was shot by Harrison, und before he
coulsl escape wns killed by a posse.
Three companions who were wllh
lln. negro ri.-.l to the woods. One or
these wns later captured nnd shot to
death.    The others are being pursued.
Lnsl nlglit a negro became involved
In an allcrcallon wllh Iwo white men
aboard a train nenr Tessln, Miss., ami
when the station was reached waB
laken Irom the train and killed
The troops sent lo Scoula today comprise a company of Intan^ry and a battery of artillery Besides the troops
an organized parly of 10 men rrom Columbus are on the scene to assist in
quelling the riot. In a despatch to
Covemor Vardaman last night Sher
Iff Grout of Kemper county described
tho situation as critical.
COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS
Business    Transacted   by    Quorum at
Monday Evening's Meeting���Fire
Department    Changes.
The second to last regular meeting
of the city council of 1906 was held in
Ihe city hall Monday evening. December li. Though only a bare quorum
was present much important and necessary work wns disposed of. Those
present were Mayor Gillett and Aldermen Hume, Selous and Hose.
The minutes ot the last meeting
were rend und approved, and tbe
monthly report and recommendations of
the Hnanos oommlttee were adopted.
Chief Oeasys report on the fire department for December contained notice of the resignation of Assist unt
Chief Phillips, who has been appointed chief or the t*rala hngade. thl.-i
Deasv recommended that Cullman A.
Jerrs'be appointed assistant chicr.witu
',, small increase o( salary, and that
k. Carroll be added to the permanent
force. The reporl and recomuieiidii-
lions   wens  adopted.
A brief letter trom >*��� A CnmplK-l
���was read relative to an agreement
which was entered Into a* <'"��� l'1""'';
ence between Um and the council a
week ago. ,     , .     , ��� .,,
A letter from Captain .Inhnslon 01
the Salvation Army, thanking the
mayor and council tor courtesies extended to Commissioner Coombs and
party,  was  filed.
The citv relinquished In W. Bbb" Its
interest in the 0. P. R- land -rfjolnto*
the isiilaili.ii hospital lol. Mr. Bibbs as-
__���*__ the citys liability to resp��
or It and undertaking not to nterters
wiih the mm of the remaining I��t rm
isolation hospital purposes.
A letter from S, B. "ylur, K. C ...
renewed an old claim for damage U
hooks during dislnfeoUng. Tha ���''���'>'
remarked that the clly medical health
nfiu-e had admitted the claim. It was
referred to .Mdeinien Rose and Selous
for u report. .
Alderman Selous presented a reque��
from No. i Company, it- M. R-, tor m.
_________ or arrears   Of   .*jW;   *��
rules during summer. II was lift ovel
_ was the request of tlu* Firemen.
Ilenefil   iissoclation  for   finanolal   BUp-
''��Thn Issue of notes signed by the
mavor and city treasurer I" J***** to-
Z sinking fund and outstendtog
current indcbteilness, was authorised
hy resolution.
Two expiring Insurance policies on
the old clly power plant were ordered
to ho renewed for one nuinm.
Alderman Selous* five prevention by
tews, 1��� and 174, were finally passed
anTh'e .ouncll then adjourned to Mon-
dny, January 7.	
Funeral of Murdered Count.
St. Petersburg. Deo. ����.-The body
of General Count Alexis Ignaoli- f, who
was assinnted al Tver n��-**��*J|
was Interred here today in the AHKWL
dor  NevBky  monastery.    The  funeral
CONSTERNATION IN THE OPPOSITION RMS
Green's Resignation With immediate Dissolution of Legislative Assembly
Catches Liberals Unprepared-Martin and Mclnnes to Interfere
(Special io The Daily Canadian.)
Victoria, B. C, Dec. 24.���The
legislature dissolved today. Nominations filed for January 19 and
elections for February 2. . The
house Is to meet March 8.
(Special to The Daily Canadian.)
Victoria, B. C, Dec. 26.���Conservatives are actively preparing
themselves for the campaign
which is predicted to be the liveliest in the history of the province.
McBride and his followers are
foil of confidence and certain of
victory. Mr. Green will tour the
province with McBride and define
his record. The premier, in a
published statement, says Green
Is one of the ablest ministers of
lands and works British Columbia ever had.
The Liberals are making strong
efforts to get Mclnnes to resign
the governorship of Yukon and
enter the provincial arena. If he
does so he will probably run in
Victoria.
The resignation of K. P. Green fre-ii
lhe chier commisslonersblp of the
lands and works department iu the
provincial government, rollowed almost
immediately by the dissolution of the
house and the fixing of the dale for
the ensuing appeal to the electorate
lots -been li.Ashrvwtitsi aui must ��en*
satlonai coup executed upon the opposition since the election of Premier
McUride. anl the consternation which
permeates the Liberal cump-fbliowlng
is equalled ouly hy the helplessness
lack id cohesion and general misunderstanding which appears to prevail
among the Liberal party. After months
of frenzied warnings to the scattered
ami weakening forces of Liberalism
to he ready so as '"not to be caught
unprepared," both on thc part of Liberal leaders and opposition press, per-
hups no more exact psychological moment could havo been chosen to spring
a surprise und fiud tho Liberals hopelessly disorganized than the present.
That lhe denouement was wholly unexpected and is yet quite Inexplicable
to the opposition is apparent from the
varied and contradictory efforis made
by Ihem lo guess at tlie causes which
have led up lo tho present situation.
At least a score of reasons are advanced to explain Jlr. Green's resignation,
and while, lbe opposition would be glad
to fasten upon any one of them as a-
cerlaln answer to the unsatisfied curiosity of tlie public tlie scared, tentative
und shining manner in whicli these
reasons are udvnncid Is conclusive evidence that the opposition is still iu
the dark regarding not one, but many
points of the secret and masterly generalship of the government
While there will be general und unfeigned regret at the resignation of
Mr. Ureen, we repeat that it did not
come us a surprise lo those who were
Intimately acquainted with the attain
,ii the government it is however, now
���*un fait accompli** and little further
discussion ot lhe event is necessary.
It miy, however, be pointed oul that
Mr. Green's resignation, unlike thai ol
was attended by the Grand Dukes Michael, Nicholas Serglus, MIchllavitch
ami practically all die members ot iho
Imperial family hflre, except the em-
peinr. Tin* procession was the most
stately of those witnessed In recent
venrs the guards and mounted inl'im-
try forming the route. The emperor
nnd empress sent  wreaths.
Will Observe Eclipse.
Tashkout, Asiatic Russia, Dec. 20.���
The French, German and Hussion expeditions have arrived here to observe
Ihe eclipse on January 2. In addition
tn milking tho usuul observations the
expeditions will study the condition of
the upper nir by means oi balloons and
automatic Instruments.
Klnq Oscar's Condition.
Stockholm, Dec. 2G.-The morning
bulletin issued hy King Oscar's physicians today announced that his.majesty's temperature is reduced but tli.it
the condition of his heart and lungs
Is unchanged.
Mr. Ilyman, In In order. It wns not
presented lo the premier In an "Irregular" manner, so that its acceptance
miiBt be withheld* pending the reconstruction of the resignation.
lt may furlber.be emphasized that
Mr. Green bus not lefi the country,
neither for the geo.l or his heallh nor
for any other rawon. lie is still on
terra flruia and will remain where Le
can be round, und In* will face his tra-
ducers as he hu.vdune before with the
serene consciousness that his actions
as a minister oi the crown are beyond
reproach.
One figment of; tlle imagination of
the opposition may be dismissed with
a straight deniaL s That Mr. Green resigned because of dissensions ln the
cabinet or because his resignation was
sought or requested by any member
or tho cabinet is stated only because
the suppoBltlou is lhe child of the
wish. There ls not a member of tho
cabinet who ilocs not regret Mr.
Green's exit. That Is all that Is necessary to state nt Uie present time, but
the sequence of .events will tell the
rest.
ln thc meandme there Is unusual
activity in the camp of thc opposition,
but so apparently-aimless, purposeless
uu.i leailerless that it cuggests a condition of disintegration and jealousy
outrlvaillng anything witnessed in the
wildest days of political chaos in this
province a few years ago. It is announced that Mr. Joseph Martin will
be a candidate iu the Interests of labor both In Victoria and Victoria. Albeit Mr. Martin uas been careful to
qualify his sudden Interest In tbe cause
of labor and hie candidacy with the
prefix "Independent," which those who
know Mr. Martin will readily understand to mean ths!'_Mi*. Martin's inde-
-piS.itiJ,: '.\ t&^Mw-tlp an.*H cirque.
UtrviKe of iS/J* 'Mf ifi >>wn s-voct \vlll.
Mr. Martin's mens ier ship In the bouse
as a follower of nnyone hut Mr. Martin
is one or those s-.-eet dreams that belongs to an age not yet predicted by
prophet, poet or iunatic. His self-announced candid:".,* in both the coast
cities shows that his old political ambition has not yi',. waned and that be
Is ready to wreck any party or espouse
any cause that * ill bring Mr. Martin
inlo the limeligbi of place and prominence. Mr. Martin is too wise to come
out us a Liberal ir as a supporter of
the opposition, tl 3 knows that as such
u seat iu tbe hou*.-; is beyond his reach.
He knows thai, tlie Liberals have no
use for him. His trail reaches from
Ottawa through Muiitoba to the Pacific
coast and as a Liberal his name is no
longer Joseph. In Hritish Columbia as
a political possibility he bad his chance
when Sir Henry .ioly called on him to
form a ministry vhlch he did with the
Impossible Mr. Iis'ebe as his provincial secretary, and 'tlie inimitable
Cory S. Rider as- minister of finance.
Capable! men and respectable politicians would have none of him nor will
they now. His generous turning to
the laboring classes for their vote and
snrrrage is only another of Mr. Mar-
i in's plausible nanouvres whereby he
hopes to gain a 3eat in the house���it
not two seats���and Irom which he can
ply his arts of disturbance, obstruction
and wiTck, no matter which party Is
In power.
Mr. Martin's advent into the arena ol
politics al thiSTSle argues 111 Tor the
Liberals. He has not forgotten his
previous experience with tho leaders
of that historic party and while he has
no love for Conservatives he has no
grudge to repay -nssr cause to seek to
get even. His reappearance In the
field nl this tin. bodes only ill to
those who spurned hlm when ho wns
one of themselves! and he will nol toll
to mnke his Infhi'ince tell whero bis
gratifications can be mosl  feasted.
tilmlltaneously .romes the word that
W. W. II. Mclnnes is hurrying back
from Ottawa to lean inlo the opposition hippodrome tn order to secure tlie
defeat of the present administration ln
the Interests of the Grand Trunk
Pacific railway. It ls well known
that n large faction of the provincial
opposition has no confidence in the
ability of J. A. Macdonald to lead the
forces with credit, to say nothing of success, and it said flattering overtures
have been made to Mr. Mclnnes in
utter disregard of Mr. Macdonald's official position as leader. It is reported
that, tlie preponderlng element ln the
party, that is the coast faction is prepared to turn over the whole prestige
of the Liberals in British Columbia to
Mr. Mclnnes without, so much as a
thought for Mr. Macdonald if Mr. Mclnnes can give some responsible nsV
surance of success at the polls.
This is obviously the secret of Mr.
Mclnnes trip to Ottawa. He went to
make a search for disclosures. It is
reported that Sir Wilfrid did not openly favor Mr. Mclnnes for premier of
British Columbia. Sir Wilfrid has not
yet forgotten the singular advent of
Mr. Mclnnes ln the house of commons
when the surprised and startled the
whole government party as well as
the opposition by his bumptious assum-
tion that he was the whole thing. Sir
Wilfrid wants more pliable tools and
will use "Billy" only when he can see
no other wny ot accomplishing his own
selfish and partizan ends. But Sir
Wilfrid Is not the only pebble on
Billy's beach. There ls still the Orand
Trunk Pacific and many and long were
the conferences between Mr. Mclnness
and the officials of that road while
Mr. Mclnnes has been In the east.
Tbe Mcilride government ls und has
been recognized ub tbe one obsticle ln
tbe way of the wholesale plundering
proclivities of that soulless and conscienceless corporation. In British
Columbia, for the first time in their
,fcxm-i**M'-s- -rtftcr at prt*iat_r7 'Usar
across the continent, tbey found tbat
the law must be .observed, that franchises and public lands and materials
for the construction of their railway
and transportation facilities must be
paid for at honest rates. To them a
favored franchise ls everything, the defeat ot a government when possible a
matter of small moment. What they
spend to accomplish the one will be
amply repaid by the accomplishment ot
the other. They are therefore not
scrupulous in the choice of tools for
Iheir purpose and so Billy has his opportunity. And the country will see
how he will use it.
Th? pathetic feature of all this party
Jusgl ng ls the humilitating position ln
wnith it places the Liberal leader. Mr.
.Mncdonald ts sidetracked, ignored, insult d and apparently bas no say In
any picas that are being plotted for
the Liberal contest. What his feelings
must be can only be imagined but it
affords another illustration of the Liberal ideas of honor when In their lust
tor power and control of the sources of
public wealth they insult and stultify
tbelr own recognized leaders in their
efforts to secure the treasury benches.
The electorate throughout the country needs only to he made aware of
the peculiar political devices that are
cudgelling the brains of the opposition
at the present time to be placed wholly
upon its guard. We are no longer
children even ill federal affairs and
this province has had so many illustrations between Halifax and Calgary
of the methods of exploitation of public
lands, coal rights, mineral resources
and railway franchises to desire for a
single term tlie Introduction of such
methods into tho province of British
Columbia.
Mr. McBride'B ministry and government will he returned with an overwhelming majority and the era of prosperity and development begun under*
lis regime will be continued, reaching
a degree possibly only when a country's resources are developed within
itseir and not exploited to enrich political   favorites.
TRIBULATIONF    FOR    RAILWAYS.
Past Year Makes  Record for  Prosecutions, Fines ��� nd   Punishments.
Chicago, Dec. 26.���The Tribune today says: The ys'ar 1900 will long bo
remembered as one of grent t rials and
tribulations for railways and railway
officials that hae broken tho laws. Partaking of tho seal displayed by President Roosevelt nnd his administration
In moving against the lawbreakers, and
further stimulated to action by direct
orders from Attorney Uencral Moody,
and even from the president himself,
the various federal district attorneys
during the year nave prosecuted more
legal proceedings against railroads and
their officials than ever before within
an equal period in the history of the
country. Most of these suits were
brought for violations or the Elkln
anti-rebate law, and In most instances Ihey w:re Instituted not only
against the  railroads  and   their  offi
cials who gave the rebate, but also
agalnsf the individual corporations
that   solicited or  received  thorn.
ln most instances prosecutions were
successful. The fines assessed aggregate many hundreds of thousands of
dollai'B. Two mec were convicted and
sentenced to imprisonment, under the
federal conspiracy law.
Christmas on Vesuvius.
Naples, Dec. 26.���The summit of
Mount Vesuvius Is covered with snow,
producing a' picturesque effect. Snow
has also filled the cracks In the volcano resulting from the recent eruption and lt is feared thai when it melts
and reaches the region of fire, new-
eruptions will occur.
Canada's Railway Expenditures.
Toronto, Dec. 26.���Railroads of Canada have contracted for new equip
ment this year to the extent of $62,-
000.000. New lines under construction
total 3314 miles.     The   following ex
penditures are given: C. P. 11., |23,-
000,000; Canadian Northern, $15,000,-
000; Orand Trunk*. $5,000,000; Grand
Trunk Pacific, $7,000,000; Great Northern, $10,000,000; Temlskamlng & Nor
there Ontario, $2,000,000.
BRYCE   CONFIRMS   APPOINTMENT.
General  Regret at    Resignation    From
Bouth Aberdeen.
Aberdeen, Scotland, Dec. 26.���James
Bryce, who Is to succeed Sir Mortimer
Durand as British ambassador at
Washington, bas given his constituents here the first definite Information
of hlB selection for the Washington
Post, in a letter which tbey have Just
received. In Ihis communication Mr.
Bryce said that thc appointment will
compel him to give up his seat for
South Aberdeen.
The retirement of Mr. iiryco causes
genuine regret, as iiis scholarly qualities made him particularly qualified to
represent tiio constituency, which has
tbe reputation of being the most intellectual ln the United Kingdom. No
plans have yet been made for the
choice of a successor to Mr. Bryce in
parliament, but It is probable that It
will be made from the literary classes.
Buying Cobalt Limits.
Toronto, Dec. 26.���It Is reported that
the government has been asked if they
would sell for $4v OOO.iiuo a part of tbe
Gillies limit ,inclu, ng that section
abutting into Cobalt silver mining area
and commonly known and referred to
as tbe "mineralized portion." This
part of the limit is very rich in silver
ore and has not been all cleared of timber, fourteen hundred men are at
work clearing off timber from thiB portion ot tbe limit, which has an area
of three square miles, the rest ot the
limit being about 70 square miies. Tbe
proposition was laid before members
of the government by representatives
of an American syndicate.
Howland  Dangerously III.
Toronto, Dec. 26.���Sir William How-
land, approaching 96 years, Is danger
ously ill.
Rovellio, Charged With  Murder, Committed for Trisl���Report That J. H.
Brown Gets Judgeship.
(Special to Tbe Dally Canadian.)
Grand Forks, Dec. 26.���The case of
Rex vs. Sam Rovellio, who Is charged
with the murder of Louise King, the
victim of the recent Niagara dynamite
outrage, waa concluded on Monday ln
Ihe police court, Magistrate Cochrane
committing tbe accused to stand his
trial at the next court of competent jurisdiction.
E. Miller represented tbe crown ln
this case, while the Interests of the
accused were safeguarded by A. C.
Sutton. Agillio, the principal in the
Niagara dynamite outrage, is still at
large, his whereabouts still remaining
a mystery.
Dr. Trueax, who has bought the practice ot Dr. Dickson of this city, is a
graduate of McGill, and on leaving
the university spent six months on the
West Coast of Africa. He has already
arrived in Grand Forks.
J. A. McCallum, city clerk, bas heen
officially appointed returning officer
for the city elections, which will be
held here on the 17th of January, the
election taking place In the city hall,
and George Pound, G. J. Hayward,
Wallace Bentley and W. L. Wells have
heen appointed deputy returning officers for the occasion.
Word has jtust reached hefc that
while doing development work on the
Tip Top property on Monday, iu the
Greenwood high-grade belt, a foot aud
a half of exceedingly high-grade ore
was encountered, the ore being literally sprinkled with free gold. This
ttfrike ls regarded as phenomenal aud
iu creating quite a sensa.lon lu that
camp. The Tip Top Is owned by J. C.
Haas of Spokane, who recently bonded it to Spokane parties for a large
sum.
Word hn3 reached here that It is already unofficially reported at Ottawa
that Mr. .1. II. Brown, the present
member of tho local legislature for the
Greenwood electoral district .has been
slated for the position on the county
court bench at. Grand Forks .recently
made vacant by the elevation of Mr.
Justice Clement tn the supreme court
of thiB province. Mr. Brown's appointment would meet with general approval at Grand Forks, where he has many
friends.
Persecuting the dews.
Bucharist, Roumania, Dec. 26.���The
Zionists congress in session at Cral-
oava was invaded today by members
of an anti-Jewish society. A riot ensued, during which many Jews were
Injured. The authorities intervened
ansl restored order.
Au old bachelor says the greatest
Improvements of the age aro those
which hide the ravages ot time and
keep women looking young.
JAP REPRISALS
Mikado Preparing to
Back at
SPIES
Oriental Gorge Riskg Over Pol
mouth and California
Plan Cuban InsurrecUon.
New York, Dec. 26.���A cablegram tothe World from Havana says thst Governor Magoon Ib investigating a report-
tbat the Japanese are planning an Insurrection In February against American rule In Cuba, the Philippines aad *
Hawaii.    This information was given :
to the American   government   hy Mr.
Pardinas, a government official.
Five Japanese are said to have been
taking photographs and measurements
of the fortifications of Havana*. The
secret police have been shadowing the
Japanese fur three weeks. Governor
Magoon ordered the police to watch
them but not to molest them. Pardla-
as overheard a conversation of the
Japanese, wbo talked of planning an
Insurrection among the negroes im
Cuba simultaneously with insurrao-.
tlons in the Philippines and Hawaii.
The Japanese plot is said to be _a$
to the antipathy of the mikado to ths
United States. This antipathy goes-
back <p the Rueso-Japnnsse paiknr conference at Portsmouth and was accentuated by the killing of Japanese seal
poachers and the exclusion of the Japanese from the schools attended by the
white people In _!allfovnia.
The Japanese *V "
them and
another 1
day the secret police fou
they sgaln scattered-
It 1b said that a OersMp acquaintance of Governor Magooo's fears arrest.
Storm in England.
London, Dec. 26.���The British metropolis Is covered with two inches of
snow snd advices from the oountry
districts announce that mon deep
drifts are interfering with the distribution of the mails and railway traffic. Several schooners bave been'
wrecked on the coast during the blinding snowstorm. The steamer Hand
Deen struck a rock and sank off
Cloughey. Llfeboatmen succeeded in
rescuing the crew after an exciting experience. Another lifeboat", made a
similar rescue of the crew of ths
schooner Ringleader, wrecked off Dun-
geness.
Their Last Fling.
Montreal, Dec. 26.���Before stepping
down and out of office, the harbor
board, wblch for years hss been a byword, and which was last week dissolved and superseded, condemned the
government for not appointing their
chairman, Hon. Robert Mackay, as ,
president of the new board.
Emphstic Denial.
Parte, Dec. 26.���The foreign offlca '
issued a second and most categorical
denial that lt has made reply of any
Bort regarding the Vatican's protest to
lho (towers on the subject of the expulsion of Mgr. Montagninl.
Shsh's Oesth Imminent.
Teheran, Persia, Dec.  26.���The condition of the shah has taken a serious
tuin for Ihe worst and his death Is expected  from hour to hour.
St. Petersburg, Dec. 20.���According
to advices from Teheran the death of
the shah Is imminent.
The Daily Blass.
Des Moines, Iowa, Dec. 26.���Fire
originating from a defective gas lighting system destroyed three business
buildings in Perry today. The loss Is
$100,000.
Commandant III,
Edmonton,
land, commands
lice for this
111 with drops'
New York, Dec. 26.���Silver, <9 l-2c;
copper, 22 l-4c; lead. $6.
London, Dec. 26.���Boxing day; no
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Dissolution of Partnership Sale!
January, .907.       .��� or(k.f l0 rf___CHr_1��_<_. _*�� & Co., will be dissolved on 'the 1st of
 ��� ibSsw. j__d.Si .S,b'e bd��re  a ^  will be
Two Week's Sale, Commencing TWlay, 27th,
��� Closing Saturday Evening, January J2th
/Ws TJoW Dote RM o/ Genera/
anc/ Fancy  Dry Goods, Ladies Ready-to-Wear
Garments and Millinery Ml! be on Sale at Wholesale prices.
All Goods not remarked Thill be Sold at a
Discount 25, 331-3 and 50 per cent Off our
Regular Trices.
NOW is the time to Supply Your Wants with GOOD NEW DRY GOODS At and Below Cost
RULES OP SALE: Strictly Cash, no goods on approval, no samples.
We would ask all our customers having accounts with us, to kindly settle by
the 15th January, at the very latest February ist.
KERR <S_ CO.
NEW CASH STORE.
Comer Baker and Ward Sts., Nelson, B.
ANHEUSER    -AHD 'rm OWGINAL
BUSCH...       Bud weiser Beer
CALEDONIAN LIQUEUR.
DISTILLERS, 12 and 20 years old.
\l P. RITHET & CO., LMTB
NELSON       m^^St\\St��r,M'    VICTORIA
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'. Burns & Co.
W1IOLK8ALE   AND RETAIL	
HEAT MERCHANTS
���Baptists' Christ-ma*. Treat.
The Christmas exercises passed off
joyously at the Baptist church Monday
night. The children did th-ir parts
mil aad to the delight of those present. The house was well filled. The
decorations were unique, evergreen
hangings buing so arranged as to form
a great green tent of the entire auditorium, and hung from this great
green roof were numerous Christmas
bells and appropriate mottoes. On the
platform was ;i fireplace of "Ye old
time" type, with a great chimney. The
burning Yule log gave it a touch of realistic tiaeuty and charm. At tbe proper tfme Santa Clans came down tbe
chlmmy and bounded out into the
room through lhe fireplace. This was
followed by t.hc distribution of presents to the children, each one receiving a stocking filled with candy and
nuts, and a small toy or gift as a token
of good -.'ill from the school. One of
ih*> most interesting features of this
part of the prmrram was the giving of
beautiful gold stars to 2.. scholars for
perfect attendance during the past
year. The presentation waa made by
tbe pastor.
liruFpect for '���������ml and p? troleuni over the follow-
iiiR iHii'i: -Situated two luii'-s nor li of the inter-
iint uinu 1 bonndary line aad went o( the fUtheaj
rife- beglhu i;g at a port tnarlted N Colli m' S. E.
corner post, tnence W chains north, tbenee 80
cbaina wcsl, thence >* chains aouth, thence 80
chain**, enst 0 point of commenc lueut.
Pa ed Nov 1-1.1906. B Collins
Nol ice Is ber. oy given tbat 60 days alter date I
intend toapply t_ the Honorable Chief Comrais-
sioBer1 i Landa and Works for a license to prospect for coal aud petroleum over the following
,11 si*-!: Hituiited two miles north of the luterfa-
tto.'al boundary line and west of tlie Flaihend
river. Beginning at a po*t marked J renins'
N. It, corner post, theniv 80 chains pootb, thence
hi chains west, thence no chain*** north, theuce SO
I'llsUIl- ���ii'-l  tO point of *'('lliUH llCCI:_<*Iit.
Dated Nov-14, ltWC. J   CntUKi,
Notice is hereby given tbat no i.iiys a ner date I
iniend to apply to the honorable thtsChtef Commissioner 01 Lauds and Works for a license to
prospect for coal und petr-ileum over the foUowlng land: Situated two milea north of thc International boundary line and west of the Fluihead
river. Uccinniug ��1 a post marked W Let-Hills is'
N. W, corner post thence EUuthainii smith, tbence
80 eliains cast, tbence tu rhftins north, thenee 80
chains west to point of com in cue "ment.
JtHtcd Nov. 14. 1906. W  L��U_LLAIB.
Silver King Hotel
BAKER STKKET. N___BON
Beet Dollar a day bouse in the Kootenays.
Kooms are well famltthed.   Table aa good m any
ln Nelaon.    Bar supplied with good
llauori and clears.
W. S. McCANDLISH, Proprietor.
Tremont House
Kuropeu and Anerlcn Flan
k Mil M Cti.   Booms irom 36 ott. to 91
Only While H.lp Ercp'.o-Kl.
_A*_ONB  _  TBEOILMJS
OIL NOTICES.
���flu* in   U���l(lliHnili  -j^   N(
Denver nnd
ilson,  Knslo,   Bandon, Thnw Korku,   Vow
SlocHti Oity.
Head Office: Nelson, B. C.
Notice ls hereby given that GO days after date I
intend to apply to tbe Hon. < I.Iff Commissioner
of Lands aud **'orka for a license to prospect for
coal mi'l petroleum over the following land:
Situated two milts nnrth of tbe iut.rnatlonal
boundary line and west of the Flathead river.
iwiniiiri/.: at a post marked C. O. Bjhorus' N K.
corner pom, thence W chains south,thence 80
eliains west, thence 8* ehalns north, thence SO
chains easl to point ol eommeucement.
Paled Nov. 14, 1906. O C. BJHOEW.
LAND NOTICB.
*L"""s'i..s ,,, ".'V"' '""i'l'ir u> iho
Ci_Hrca������ ' "' '-"'i'ii ��inl Work.,
fc*�� Hon-     ,,, .'.""' ,1'""1 "'""'i'��"
RS, ** *��' 1 -    -''" ","* c*����>*fi)* >*��.i
"i; ,*"*���'- >>l 1. ';'��� l��*ln����l��iiil one
���on. ',*" '"'���" 1,i-uii "y .'"ittllm, >nd
*'"ils lissV        '" ".siilli.
.._ Jj1a��..��...aa.,,.;:,"g'
R^^^>____s_��_>'"��
___^_.ffirtg5a*M
S8��'IW|i" follows:
��� ..',',, t""-"*Mt��>riiero.
J*���AmUnl,it Agent.
'* 'll*!
Chial i^_r,>_,e '"HklllRappli-
rI11Hll 'V����l��l��mero?Un,U
Uiiri! ���   �����   l'urt'������ the fol
 - ��� .'hains
- . eontalntng mo
' IJfo1 October, i��a
���_. IHT I    D..      E   **��� C"*S��,
^���������__ * r J 8"��U Agent.
MiaSP.. Mi ~" ���	
*3-t J/l" ih,. }"�������� " atfi from dato J
^^C'^n   ' :;,<,'&�� Chief Com-
t|flr'l��-*'i _h j, '����� to iiurchue *M0
^"Jllowa* Commencing
at 1. poU planted on thfl Dtirtil hank, of the Utile
Moyie Titer, atxiiit 900 ftldl (rou�� nii'iiili. ainl
marked    ���*K.   McLean'���   B,   IV,   oorner   imrt,"
'thenee bmi BO chalna. theuee north B0-chaini,
thenee weet H0 chains. ilit*ii��*f sofi'h W chain*, to
place ol com nn iic��nicn l, and 0OI.UlDt_| fito acres
more or leM.
Cbeeted utfa day Oet,, Mt,     Re��r. McLww,
���sixty dan after date 1 Inteltdtoepjrij tothe
Hon. Phleli onimiK��i.j_.r<if J.auds and Works.
Vietoria, to purchnse tf" a-Trs of land, situ*ted
on ilu* west side oi Ar*iw Litkc. aboutBJ< mllei
DalOW Hurton, and dMerlbed as follows: Com-
meiiciriK ��t n i��>st a'nnicd M tlie nortfaeMl
eorner of Lol 7PTH. uu.1 i-nnniuv north W OhalWi
thence weal O i!��r*tns, tin m*i�� aouth SO chaini,
Do ii.*.-1*,,-1 -JdchaiM to l ''!. ��� >�� -d I-,**.   * :;.i:
Nov. Ilth.liKW. H  K.-WU.,
J. E. ANHA.)t|.K, Anenl-
WEST KOOTENAY
BUTCHER CO.
Wbolnudi. unsl Koinl Denim In
Fresh and Salted Meats
Omiips nuppliai on ihorWut noBoe wd
low-_tVri.il*       Nothing in I f;':"1'"""
llnil OtdBH rriseivH imrofol iiilcntion.
E. C. TRAVES,  Manager.
,      Not he is herehv rlVBU Unit fid davs alter date I
lm.>n<! to appli tothe Uonorahle I lie t'hlef Com-
i  uiUlonor ol Lands and  Works  for a license to
'  (tmspeci for cohI and )��olroleiiHi nver thc followlni; land :   Bltnated Id miles nortii nt the  inter
national honndarv line and east Of lhe Flathead
river* hcjcinniiij:  at a pnst marked W. K. Cooke'i?
N, K. corner posl. thence ft*** chains south, thenee
���.h-lmlus wi*', tlience Wl chain* nnrlh. ihenee SO
ehalns cast to point o( commencement.
iMlcd Nov. It, Wt. W. K. i'ooke.
Notice i- herehy Rlviin that sixty days alter
iWe I iniiini to apply to the Honorable the
r.liVl  CommlMhmei Ol   Unds and   Works fnr .
-.   i> ii-.* lo prmpeCl lor eon] and petroleum over
Ur dollowllid  laud:  SltimVed  10 miles imrih of ���
'.im- tmtematlonal boundarj* Une and eaat_of the i
1 l��ittii��ul river, beginning at apCttl marked ]..II.
nofce? N- W. '"ri"'r l*-,sl* -i-311" S '''" n*
,,���ili  Duncfl ^l chnins aaat, theuee SU chains
north  iVmc BO ihains wcsl to point of com-
TgSSBUlM. K.H.CM��J.
S..I-..-1- is h.r.l.vKlvtii llinl slxlv .Is. ysBli.-r.liiti'
��� ,'.., 11.1 Iss HI.I.IV LS Us.' "SS". I'llfcl I'l.lllllSlSM.SII-
,'.    ,      ,,,���|.'.ss.-MVs.rksls.rs, lis-.,��.��� I.'l-^ss-s I
ssrs'is.,! an.l poirolBum ov.-r Use [oltawmj Issn-l
���';;.'���,!,.���,��., ,.|���.s.. .-.  in.'ss.-.. BOHi-Um
���*S_a����mm0BB*,'t     c.coo��.
.rr^Xii^v^^i^iSi
���     .,!.". ss.'r ..( bsi.sls. sssssl  Works! Mr is ll.tl.M-
'"',���.,., .,������ ,,,al  I isi-lr..k"tiii ovt-r tlsss [ssl-
'',",. i it lass.': ssiiiialt-sl islns- mili-ss. n..rth s.i tl.i-
���:'    ,     . ,s, ..   u-lissi'iii.' at a l-ssss   iiusrltesl H
���**,? ,\l [bd  M chalm ftut, ts-.*"��� ����� .'lialna
���;���'.!],' Sonet. ��o clmlM wat lo point ol com-
"SiSdSTo'v, it,im. ____Jt^l���*-
'��....!.. i,l���.r.l.s|slvs-!illialKUtyil��y����|t��r<)��te
" ' .1   ,,,.s.l   is. Ute lion. rhl.troiHinlMton
1 , iiiJilisl In af �� "ii , ,   ,,������, ,
"',' ffSS mfSi'm bVer tin- Us.* WIowIihi
1 ,r'." io :, J nine mllm nortb isi tha luti-rtia-
l""'1* i��� _ rs- lino ana eaat ul the Klnthea.l
""""1 ,,i, in-a alanssstt marked ll. Krnonor'a
" V,   ,��s,s-alvs-ss tlial wsslaya after dale I
SoiiiM li a^M__" ,,, ,)rui,i��� tie cnioi Com-
W^J/JfYatnd, and "fork, lor a Uoenae to
.Vill.se la hrrelsy given that 60 day. aller dat�� I
lul-nsl tss npplv lo ihe Honorable thc Chlel (oni-
ssss.ss.ion.-r ol Land, aad Worka ior a llMnnto
nroipeot l..r cos] und j.troleuin over the fssll.sw-
iisn lansl: Sjitisatcd two nille. north ol Use lnli-r-
isa.ioiiHl lsssini.lari^ll_t,aud Wl*t ol the Klathead
river, liwliiiiuw ���t ��� po,t marked 1��� H M.slan.l
?.r" Jr.- WP* Po-t, Un-nre ftl ehalna anuth,
thence nil cliaina entl, theuee U ehalna nort|,
thene.-M) t'halna neat la point of i-omissenisoun-nl.
I'ssie.i Nov. li. 1906. 1.. B. MOUKUn.
Nollee la hereb Blvfn that 60 day. alter dale I
Intend loapp v to the lli.n.sralsle Chlel Coinmla-
.-.ois-rolUnsla and Bl.rka lor alleenae tniiroa-
isc.-iloreoal and pe:,,.leum over Ihe lollowlng
lansl; Situated two isillcff uorth or thc International boundary Hue Ind wciloilhe Klathead
river lksglnnlng at ..poat marked W. Tinker'-
s �� .-orner |Kiii. llsri.Je mi s-haiiss norlh, Ihtn.-e
Hll ehalna s-aat, thi-nee *J rhasu. as.sith, theiioi- s.'
ehalna sv.-at to iss.lnl '.[....mineneemellt.
lll.lt.1 ^OV. 11, COO. \V   TlNKkR.
Notloe la hereby alien lhat .lily day. after
dale I Inletid tn apply 10 the Honorable the Chief
Commissioner nl Latulauno Worka fur a ll.-enae
to prospect IW coal asssl |setrol.,um over lbe folio.. Iur land : minale.l 11 milea north ol the In-
usrliatloual houtulary lisle and eaal of the Flat-
head river. Begiuniug at a po.��l marked R. B.
larkers .V W. eorn.r poat, Ihenee 80 chain.
Kossth, theliee 80 ehalna eaat, thenee 80 elsalna
north, thence 80 ehain. west -o point ol et,m-
Sllellsvlisellt
Dated Nov. 16, U06. It. 8 PiHkHB.
Baker Bt., Nelaon
Proprietor!
Bartlett   Hotise
OKO. W. BARTLITT,
Proprietor.
Bat Dollar-a-Day Hoax in Ndson.
The Bar la Ihe Flneet.
White Help Ouly Employed.
Joaephlne Bt.
Nelaon. B. O.
Lake View Hotel
Corner Hall and Varnon,
two blocka from wharf.
GKORGB HARRISON, Proprietor.
Rfttoi |1.00 per day and up.
Notice Is hereby given -hat CO days after date 1
iii'tni to apply to i be (fotioraolo the Clilcf fom-
nlHsfntier of tau'ta slid Works for a license ti
>niM>c'*t for coul and ik-lroleum over the follow
nir laml: Kitnatct "miles north of the interne
Kiuudary line and cast of the Klalhca
eKiunfog at a post marked i. Urlbble
D��r I*OSt, thenee 80 chains north, thunr
.    .-������ a .u.l  |��,ll��DUIU   UH*I    un;  iuiiow-
.jglaod: Kitnatct "miles north of the international Ixniudary line and cast of the Flathead
river hcglunlag at a post marked i, Uribble'fl
s. K, corner poat. thence 80 chains north, thonco
SO ehains west, Iheiu-eHl chains south, thenco 80
chains cast tn point ���'��� ctniiineui-ciuent.
Dated Nov. 10, iih*;. . J. (���:kihhi,i-.
p.oBozm.       NELSON, B.C.
Telephone 118.
Grand Central Hotel
J. A. ERICKSON, Prrprietor.
(.cntrally I .icnte<l. Open Day and Might.
Sample an_ Oath Rooma Free.
Koti-io ls hereby ([Iven that 60.daya afler date !
intend to apply lo the Hon Chief Commissioner
of Lauds and Works for a license lo prospect for
coal and rctrolcum over tho following land*
situated six miles north of the lnleruatlnnal
hiunilnry Hue and east of the Flathead river
Pe.Kinu.nK at a post marked A. Hunt's s. w'
corner post, theuce N chains north, theneo ��0
chains east, then-****, 80 ohalns south, theuee to
chalus wtst to point nf commencement,
Dated Nov, 16, PJOfi. t A. Hoan,
Notice is hereby ��iv-A*. that ��0 days after date I
intend to applv to ihe (Hon. Chief Commissioner
of Lauds aud Works 'it a lloense to protpaet lor
coal and petroleum aver the following land-
Situ ted six miles uirth of the international
boundary lino and eiet of the Flathead rlrer
Hc-uinnini: at a poat iifaiked K. H Hurd's N. W
cofner pnst, theneo *) chains south, thence 80
chains east, thenee t> cliaina imrth, thence 8(1
ehalns wesi to point i* commencement.
Dated Nov. 16,1900. \ B. H. Huao.
Opposite Court House and Post Office.
Corner Ward and Vernon Streets.
_D>e Stfathcona
N��laon, B.O.
B. Tomkins, Manager.
Building Lots for Sale
H. tk M. BIRD, AGENTS FOR
THE ADDITION A TOWNSITE
CO'Y WILL BE PLEASED TO
QUOTE PRICES OF LOTS AND
TERMS ON APPLICATION.
h, <& mTbird.
���������������
Sl T. G. PROCTER ���__���
Has every class of Real Estate aod Buildings in Nelsou
for sale, from Business Blocks and Warehouses
to Market Gardens.
T. Q. PROCTER
THE OLDEST REAL  ESTATE DEALER IN NELSON.
Choice Fruit l ^ ^ ****
T i*v%/Jct Chofcest Frott Lands to
LudTlUb BriMah Co__n___
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.
The Hall Mining and Smelting
Company, Limited.
NELSON, B. C.
Purchases Lad, Copper and Dry Ore&
Certificate df Improvement*
NOTICB
"Fmpreaa," "Climax," "Ilorseahoo," "Qaeon,"
"Union Jack," iltuated ia Kelion Mining
Division
Located nn Porcupine crt-ek.
Take Notice that I. Frank Fletcher, agent for
tbe Active Gold Mini'g Company, Free Miner's
Certificate No BK259 Intend. 60 days from date
hereof, to apply to the Mining K-worder for a
Certificate of Improvements for tha purpose of
obtaining a Crown Grant of the above claims.
And further take notice tbat action, under
Bectlon 37, must be rotnmenced before the luu*
ance of such Certificate of Improvements.
Dated Nelaon, 18th Dec, 1!K��.
Funk Fiktchm.
Certificate of Improvements
NOTICE
"Hattnn" mineral claim, situated In the Nelson
Mfnlng Division of West Kootenay district
Where located:- On Toad mountain.
Take Notice that I, John McLatchle acting as
agent lor George A. Campbell, Free Miner's Certificate No. IJ7077, intend, sixty days from the
date hereof, to app*y to the Mlnlu-z Recorder for
a Certificate of improvements, for thc purpose of
obtaining a Crown Grant of the above claim.
And further take notice that action, un er
section 87, must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificate ol Improvements.
Dated thla 17th day of November, 1900.
John McLatchis.
Certificate of Improvements
notice
"Spyglask" and "G!obe" mineral claims, altuate
ln Trout Lake Mining Division.
Located on Poplar creek.
Tade Notice that I, Bruce White, acting as
agi in for tbe Spyglass Mining 1 o.. Free Miners'
Certificate No B M7-S, intend, W days from tbe
date hereof, to applv to tho Mfnlng itecordar for
a Certificate of Improvements for the purpose of
obtaining a Crown Grant of the above claims.
And further take notice that action, under
Section 37, must be commenced belore the Issuance of such (crtIf.Onto of Improvements.
Dated 26th October, 1006. Han 1: White
WANTED
General Job Work, Chimney Sweep-
Ing, Carpet Cleaning, Fixing and Cleaning Stoves, etc.
JACK80N  RADCLIFFE,
121 East Baker 3*. Phone No. A11.
. -._�� date
r-w ~ ..... .ilef Commlaaioner.
^.w.   ,it bum H orka for a apeclal licence to cut
und carry away tliubor t^om the followingd��V
"(���rilled tract* of lund. k1 united on tne Pend'<
O'Klelle river In tlie district of West Kootcnay :}���
No. 1���Commencing at a post placed on tlie
east side "f Kiah crecK.on tbesouthbunkof the
fend O'RIelle river, marked Fred Aide Jr'a
northeast oorner, tbenoe ieo ehulns aoutl*.,
thenoe 40chalna weat, tbenoe bi& chains north,
theuce40 chalna east to plaoe of oommenoe-
nu-nt.
Located Nov. 3e, 1908.
Frkd Ann, Je.  >,
No. 2���Commencing ata poat planted on the
cast aide of Klnh creok, un uie soutb dank of Ute
-Tend O'RIelle river, marked Fred Adle Ir��
northwest corner poat; theuce 160 chnlnn aoaili.
thenoe 40 eliains east, tbeuce .60 chains north,
thence 40 chalus west to place of cowmence-
ment.
Located Nov. 28,1906.
Phkp adu, Jk.
No. 3���Commencing* at a poat placed on tlie
aoutb bank or Ihe Pend O'RIelle, oppoaite
Twelve Mllo creek, marked Fred AdleJr'sN.
K. corner post; tbenoe iw etiains nouth, thonce
40 chains west, thence 160 cbaina north, them*
40 chains ca*-l lo ula.ee of commencement
Located Nov. aj, leot.
Fred Apic, J��.
No. 4���Comineuclng at a post placed on tbe
south bank of the Pend O'Klelle. opposite
Twelve Mile creek, nmrked Fred Adie Jr'a ft.
W. corner posl: thence 40 ebatnssoutll. tbenee
100 chain* easi. tbence 40 chains north, Uieuce
160 chains west to place of commencement.
Local ed -Nov. at, 1900.
Fieri. Adu, Je.
No. 6.���Commeneing at a poat placed on tlie
Athabasca
��� b Uteen M i Jo rrwk, murked Fred Adle .lr .1
Saloon,..
C0RNEK
BAKER AND
KOOTENAY
STRECTS.
The .leading Hotel in the
Kootenays.
Qood   Sample    Room*.
Royal Hotel
MRU, WILLIAM ROBKRT9,
I'liOrjUfcTRB*.*-*.
Moat comfortable quarters ln Nelson.
Only the beat of Liquors aud < l(ara.
BILLIARDS.
POOL.
MARTIN   IVEN8        JNO.   PHILBERT
Smite F ���_���........ .:���.-.-��, uiurKou m>*u Adl.'.Ir's
. E, corner post; t n**net* 40 chains west, tbonce
llio chains south, theuco 40 ebalus east, theuce
100 chains north to place of commencement,
Looated Nov. 20, IWO.
Fred Adie, Jk.
No. 6-Com me net ne at a post plaoed on tho
south hank or the rend O'Hfnlle river, about
opposite Fifteen Mllo creek, niarked Fred Adle
Jr's N. \V. .corner post; thenco iwt chnins soutli,
thence 40 chains vast, theuce I0o elm inn north,
tnence 40 chains west to place of commencement.
Li waited NOV. Lti. 1906.
Fkkii Adik, Jk.
No. 7���CommcncliiK at A post plaoed on the
south lunik of the fend O'llleUe river, about
a flimrlcr of n mile we.I of Kusslun creek,
innrked Fred Adie Jr s N. I., corm-r tH��*t; thenoe
40 cbitliiH west, thence 100 chains south, tliouce
40chains cast, tbence inochulns norlh to place
<tf com iiientt* men t.
Located Nov. _7, lir-ti.
FitinAniE, Jb.    t
No. s-Cominpncin,g at a post on the smith ,
hank of tbe 1 vnd O'Klelle rlver.abouta quarter "
of a mile west of It-^g-Uaii ere, It, nmrked Fred ;
Adle Jr's v. \V. eoriier |>osU thence 16o chains *
kouth,Ihenco 40 eliains easi. thence 100 eliains <
north thenco 40 chain.1* west to place uf com-"
me nee 111c nt.
I. waled Nov. tl, 1W0.
Fred Adie, Jb.
No. K*-~('oinniencinjf ata post placed on (lie
south bank of Ihe I'end O'Klelle rlvor, about i��
i]iiarU'rofa mile east of Hush lun creek, niarked '
FredAille Jr's northwest corner post; theuoa
���stii-hnina east, Ihenee su chains soutli. tht-nce
M) chains wesl. thenee �����> chains north to pluee
of i-iitnuieiie'-nii'iit.
I-oca ted Nov. 27,1000.
Fred Adie, Jb.
No. 10��� Comtnonclniff nt a post placed ou the
north bank of the Pend O'Klelle river, about��
������nartcr of a mile from the mouth of Halmon
river, iiirarlti-d    Vmi*   A/H*    i��'- =   ��*    -
rniHi   ui u muv iruni   (lie  IllOUIti or MttlmOO
rlvor, marked   Fred Adle   Jr's 8. W. corner
nml. .h������  -_  __-.���  ���a    .~���^   .-       jfagtt
Rates |1 and |1.50 a Day.
Special Bated to Regular Boarders.
Queen's Hotel
���after Street, Nelson. B. O.
Lighted by Electricity ami
Haiited by Uot Air
KATRf) t_  i-Klt DAT
Large and Comfortable Bedrooms nod Fust-
elsM iJinlUK Koom. Bample Kooms for Ooanner-
olal Mbo
MB& B, 0. CLAJUCM, Proprlstne*
   ,.v.i.wi    iivu   aum    Jrs  ��,   W.  CO
l��wt; thenco 80 chains east, tlienoe HO cha
north, tlienoe HO chalu* west; thenco M cJ'm
uuth b> plncetjf eommeucement.       "*-!^
Located Nov. 27,100..
Fuen Am
Notice that thirty days alter d_
making application to the Houori""
' omtnlisioitcr of Lands and Wa
license to eut and csrry awai
followlna described land, nt
bang of Kukanee ertek, a'
lake, conimtnetnir  at
White, y. K. eoruer."
thence west Hi chai
ihenco west 40 ch
thence east 40 c,
thence east 40
Pated Nov,
VRfit
rJTta
"brdce
r-~ chalus,
p-.i ft) chains,
_nth so chaiua,
Jfutli ��u chiin'*,
-Tcaiimea-jtinent.
1 Wain, Looatec 7
M
v. ii
1
fi
The Daily Canadian
New Lines - - Just Opened
SILVER DEPOSIT WARE, in i oa Sets, Buttles, Flasks, Glasses, Toilet
Hottles, Vases.
JEWEL CASES, Iii Us.isl am! silver.
FANCY   BACK   AND SIDE   CUMBS,  lu  tlle  newest  designs.
FINE LEATHER BAGS AND HURSE8, In styles that cannot be restated.    The store Is open every evening.
J. O. PATENAUDE
WATCHMAKKK
MANllfAITISKIN-l .IKWHI.LKK.
We join with the
Jolly Old Boy
*
in wishing our many    i
friends the $
���
Compliments
of the
Season.
[MTradingCo.
********************
Coal and
Wood
Telephone 265
THE SEASON OF JOY]
s Boy Your Christmas
Groceries from JOY!
He has
Grapes   from   California... .25c Ib.
Grapes  from Spain    350 1b.1
Table   Raisins  from     Spain..
 35cand<*.0c Ib. j
Chestnuts  from   Italy    30c lb.
Kootenay   Pears,  2   Ibe.   for... 25c ^
Apples���Roman   Beauties, Northern   Spy.    A   good   assortment   ot **
Nuts.
A Merry Christmas
to you all.
Joy will meet you at the door.
| Joy's Qsh Grocery j
Cor JoBi-i'h'tK-Bii'l Mill Hlh.      I'honc 19
CHINA HALL
Ws Hav, a Specially
Suloutucl Stuck of
GLASSWARE AND CHINAWARE
for Xmas *1*P_iti_i.
Stounre, docks. Bean Pots,Tea Pols, Etc.
Munroe & Nelson
Frait
Cakes
Otitt Your
Christmas
Fruit Cakes
Now.-..
We make them in all sizes
.   and designs
Choquette Bros*
BAKER STREET
Chocolates
OUR SPECIAL LEADER
I lb. box   -   50c
1-2 lb. box-   30c
ThOSegOOdl  arc  uh  flue uh  the inure cxpt'lislve
kln.ls the only (linYreiiec I*. Uie pukftgB,
THY A  BOX.
Longhurst's
Phone 25. Bnker St.
Next P. BuriiB & Oo.
'_\^_\
���**,
Arriv_k
Jf_Mu|l
v^SPl_il
���5-^^c
Uor. Vsrnon and Ward Stroata,
INUUSON,   B. C.
J. FEED HUME, Proprietor.
A. C. McCorklll, Calgary; ,1. \V. Koss,
Trail;   \\*.  Hannah, Gerrard.
STRATHCONA.
D. Black. Plnoher Creek; J. E. Ask-
with, Winnipeg.
GRAND CENTRAL.
.1.  Van   Hook,  Salmo;   J.  Freeman,
Erie.
TREMONT.
A. C.   Houghton,  Crawford   Hay;   C.
W. Robertson, China Creek.
QUEEN'S.
Miss S. A. Grant, Alnsworth; h.
BtBWari and wife; C. D. Clark, P. E. I.;
W. .1. Foster, D. Ryan, F. Martin, Bon-
nlngton; T. D. Woodcock, Slocan; 11.
II. Smith. Rossland.
BARTLETT.
W.  Walton,  Silverton.
SILVER KING.
J. Cameron, Coykendahl; J. W. Downing, Marcus.
Pure Ontario Honey
5 Poand Cans     90c
tO Pound Cans $(.75
J. A. IRVING _ CO.
Telephone 161.
HOUSTON BLOCK
A. McDonald &Co,
WHOLESALE
MERCHANTS
Dealers iu staple and fancy Grocerie.
Botter, Eggs.
Camp and Miners' Supplies
Old Curiosity Shop
If you want to buy or sell an> hi
go to the Old Curiosity Shop. A   i
lino of JapnneBe GooiIb now on Base   ��:
kinds   ot   Dlnnerware In   stocl
tern*
WM. S. DREWRY
A. M. Can. Soc. C. E.
DOMINION   AND  PROVINCIAL  L/
SURVEYOR.
Mining Work a Specialty.
Office: Bealey Building.   P. O. Un>
Baker St., NELSON, B. C.
REMOVAL NOTICE
On and nfter December 1st my heating and
plumbing business, will be located ln my new
shop, two doors enst of opera house, on Victoria
treet.
Tel. 181.
S. A. WYE
WANTED
LARGE PIKE I'KOOP SAFE���Stale make, line,
prircA. _ HsitlierlAiiil, Vans-osivt-r, B. 0.
TIIK KKTt'KH lorlhwith ol all books borrowesl
by Mopls of Nelisim frssm the library of Walter
W Bat-r, I'HiisisllHii nmre	
TO LET
���run FIRBT.CI.A83 ROOMS, iteim heated.   Appl; luiuH-ku-per, 3rd flat, K. W. 0. block.
LOCAL A_D PROVINCIAL
Born, In Ni'isun, ou December -t��, to
the wlte of L. flaunu of Kaslo, a
daughter,
Travel Into tiio city was very light
yesterday and the Usl of hotel arrivals
is correspondingly short.
Among the Christmas visitors to tho
city were Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Prooter
of Oalgary, and Mr. Charles Keilly of
Seattle.
The committee of No. 2 Company,
It. M. H., lu Charge of the New Years
eve concert win meet in the armoury
tonight at S:3U.
Many dancing men are Interesting
themselves lo secure a good attend'
BHoe at tin; New Year's eve dance in
the  armoury,   which   Is   to   follow  the
concert hy the Polmatler Sisters next
Monday evening.
William .1. Phillips leaves tomorrow
morning io assume his duties us chief
of the Fernie fire department. Mr.
���Phillips is considered to be one, of the
best fire fighters Nelson has ever had
and his departure will be generally re
gret ted.
The members of the Queen City Rebekah lodge. No. lfi, 1. O. O. R, are requested to meet tn Fraternity hall this
evening at 7:30 o'clock to make arrangements for attending the funeral
of the late Sister Holt, Members are
urged to be present.
Schools of insructfon in infautry will
be opened at various places in the
province. Instruction will be given
the Nelson school from Mnrch 1 to
March 80. Oflcers commanding units
will submit names of those who will attend these schools to the D. O. C.
The guests at the Strathcona and
flumo who were not "out to dinner"
last night, the elderly bachelors, were
n-gally entertained by their respective
hosts. The dining rooms were t>eau-
tifully decorated and the good Things
provided would have done credit to an
aldermen's  banquet.
In the city police court this morning a too-extravagant holiday celebra-
ter was fined $5 and costs. A. Clayton, accused of assaulting E. Verrinder,
was remanded for a week. The prisoner wus represented by A. M. Johnson. The case may come up earlier
if Verrinder is able to leave the hospital.
At the home of William Hardie,
Kootenay street, Monday evening, Mr.
George A. ISeavo of the C. P. K., and
Miss Annie Holtner of Revelstoke were
united in marriage, Pastor E. H.
Shanks officiating. After a dainty,
wedding breakfast the bride and groom
left for Rossland to spend their honeymoon. On their return they will at
home on Kootenay street.
The Christmas entertainment of the
Methodist Sunday school will be given
In the church on Friday evening next.
The church has been decorated for Uie
occasion and the scholars of the school
have been In training for the last five
weeks for the programme. There are
several drills given by the elder girls
and young ladles of the school that are
sure to be very popular. The Dairymaid's drill and the Japanese flower
and parasol drill are among the number. The entertainment Is timed to
begin at 8 o'clock.
The Juvenile Bostonians,
The firBt two performances of the
company of child actorB have drawn
crowded houses and have given entire
satisfaction to the audiences. "Dorothy" was presented Monday evening
and "Tips" Christmas night. "Tips"
Is being repeated as a matinee today.
The bill for tonight is "The Rajah
of Pazala," which Is considered the
company's best performance. The scenery is particularly attractive and the
opportunities for singing and acting
are many.
The Store of Quality
SALADA
TEA
40 Cents per Pound
In order to clear oat this line
we are reducing the price to
40c. We only have a limited
quantity so don't delay ordering if you want any.
Rob.M.Hood&Co.
K. W. C. Block . Phone 10.
W.   a.   GILLETT
Contractor and
Bunder.
Bole agent for the Porto Rico Lumber Co., Ltd..
retail jar.... Rough and <lrer��H��d lumber, turned
work nn-l brackets, Coant lath and ahjnjfleR, rath
and rioora. Cement, brlek rand lime (or aale.
Automatic grinder.
Yard ana factory: Vernon St.. east o( Hall,
NBLSON,   B. C.
P. O. Bo-tr -W. Telephone 178.
INOT1CE
PRUNING AND UUAFTINU carefully attended to. Apply
HARRY WILLIAMS,
Silver King Hotel.
C. A. Benedict I THIS WEEK
Grocer
A
cMerry
Christmas
to all
Coal! Ice! Wood!
Phone 265
Yale-KootenaY Ice, Frait,
Fuel & Poultry Co., Ltd.
0FFH tt:
N. E. cor. Baker  and  Ward  Sts.
Half Price
On Calendars
We have still a number of Fancy
Calendars. We, of < >urse, don't want
to carry them over, ua they will be of
no use for another ^ason. They are
nice for New Year Cards and you can
have them at half price,
15c ones for 10c, ot two for 15c.
20c ones for 10c.      '     '_*,���
25c ones for 15c, or two for 25ctetc.
W. G. Thomson
fi_38S__* "d Nelson, B. C.
Phone a-4.
Sherman's Opera House
The J-ttvenile
Bostonians
TONIGHT-"The Rajah of Pazala"
THURSDAY���"THE    GIPSY    GIRL."
Saturday Matinee at 2:30.
Prices���-50c, 76c, $1.00.
Matinee Prices���Adults, !>0c:
children, 2G<-
Plan now open at Rutlis-rford's.
Died on Christmas.
The death occurred al ", p. m, yesterday, at her residence. Fairvlew, ol
Mrs. George M. Holt"'nee Mnltio
Schubert. Mrs. Holt, wh<i waa a Kreat-
nlece of the famous Qvman composer,
was horn in Ann Arbor, Michigan, 118
years ago. For the last .-.is; years she
has lieen an invalid fi-sms si malady
not understood by any Sbyslcian nf the
many who bave been consulted, Besides her husband she lens-s two children.
The funeral will taltt isluce tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clsnk from the
Siandnrd Furniture tswkpany's undertaking parlors. Rev. V...H. Shanks will
conduct the service.
Trains and Boats.
Crow boat���One hour lute.
Coast and Slocan train- On lime.
Iloundary train���On time,
Kossland train���On tln>s
Don't forget to scud
that gift you
forgot to send before
Christinas.
\V<* have a nice variety of the
New
Fancy Goods
still left.
A shipment of NEW HOOKS
received today.
Office aud Pocket Diaries
for 1907.
Canada Drug & Book Go's
....Cast) Stores....
GOING SHOOTING
How   Ahout   % .iur
Quns and
Ammunition?
"Wt1 have Eli-y'H, Kvnook'i*-*., Win-
ohtttBr. and OofliweU &
Hntziaoni
Loaded Shot Shells
Kywx'k's, Wlnbheiter and
Dominion
Rifle and Pistol Cartridges
HuntiuK Knives, Wading, Belts,
Coats, Pnuts, etc.
WE CAW SAVE YOU HONEY
Nelson Hardware Co.
Box 631       Nelson, B. C.
West Transfer Co.
GEOKGE F. MOTION, fcnifer.
General Ti-simstere and Dealera in
Coal and Wood.   Express aud
Baggage Transfer
AGENTS FOR IMPERIAL OIL CO.
pfo_BSMi  Office: Baker St.
J)
Waterproof Paints
Coal Tar, Pitch,
Creosote, Oils for
Preserving Timber,
Roofing Pitch and
Paints.
Boat Builders will lind it to their advantage to use onr Pitch.
Nelson Coke & Gas Co.
PETERSON
*IPES
$1.50
UPWARDS
A collection of all the Latest
Shapes and Sizes.    A free
smoking and most satisfactory pipe.
W. cA. THURMAN,
Tobacconist.   Baker Street.
ALL KINDS OF FOOTWEAR
FOR  THE  HOLIDAY  SEASON.
Men's and Women's Fancy Slippers.
Men's and Women's Bedroom Slippers.
Children's Slippers in Great Variety.
When on your round of shopping drop
In to see us,
TOE 80.AlIhOE STORE
R. ANDREW  & CO.
HAVE A LOOK AT OUR
Fifty Cent Hand Bagsl
They are beauties at the price.
J. J. WALKER
Watchmaker Jeweler Optician
Telephone ��.����.*.
0 Kootenay  AgenU
R.A.Ro��fg��*Co.
*f       Ltantted,Wtanioe��
WIioichiiiu ProvlnloriH,
Produce, - Fruit.
innipeg. (
Government ('reiunery Une Ponnil Bricks nodvad weekly Imh <
fnnn Ihe .'hum.   For sale liy nil lowtiiiK KTOeers. j
Ofllce an.l warehouse: Houston Block,   I'houe 711. J
Josephine Street.       -       -       -      Nelson, B. C.
KOOTENAY ENGINEERING WORKS
FOUNDERS AND MACHINISTS.
MANUFACTOKKKH OF THK CRAWFORD
AKKIAI. TRAMWAY
Repairing and Jobbing a Specialty
Shwtmetal Work, OusIIurs, Builders' Mnterinl aud Mining nnd Mill Mariiinerr.
IM....1C   i.n.
Ofllce nud Wssrks Foot of Park 8t.
B. C. TRAVIS
MANACUKft.
NcIhiiii, U. C
A Wof i to the Wise
This ymr we Imvc apprwiated tin* wutti nf own*
t-.Ni.T- tind hnvn jiasMi-d into Ktock the
Good Cheer Art Base Burner
Thll stov. ie ndaptcd fnr hard 00*1 only, nnd Ufuar-
uhtwd to Rive Kiitisfu- ':��� *ii
}* H. Ashdown Hardware
Company, Limited.       _
NELSON   IRON   WORKS
ENOINEERS   AND CONTRACTORS
FOUNDERS AND
MACHINISTS
B. A. ISAAC
H. W. HINTON'
Rapnlrlna nnd .I..I.M... ���n.cuta.l with Oaapatcsh.   Hl.c��l Metul (
W.srk. Ml.slssi nsisl Mill .M��chl.i.r) .     Msnuta.turirsul        I
On Cars,  I.,  tt.   Contractor*'  Cara '
INELSOIN,   B. C.
Trls-pjif.il' M (
UN'ITK nnd shift that   Ihe  iiu|ifsrlsti���i ol
John T. Pien-e nre the pns|��*r tliniK-
My Inst fall shipment hns just nrrivi-d.  S��
them nnd plnee your order early fssr .NiiimnmM
JOHN T. PIERRE, Artistic Ta��or_J
Mu-tlncMH  mrc...
Work in ir m��*n.
Mmi. In drwMM uttlrw.
Sporting man,
Hondiium* men,
Mttn thut'H full uf fire*
���������bi- ......������'��� mmmaammem
OVERCOATS.
All Sizes 35 to 44
Now i" He* I'"1"
tn Isuv vs'iil*
Winter OvuwiM.
AU Prices (ram $ 10 to $30
j. a. gTlker
A.Q. LAMBERT & CO.
R_X L��mbe��, Shingles.
L,ath, Mouldlnss, Doors, Window*
Turn ed Work and Brackets. Mull Orders promptly stwnil��l'��
VRRINOIN Sl Mill ���: i-   ...   IMIJL.80N. B. C
Christmas Presents
8KATE8
SAFETY  RAZORS
CASE CARVERS
PEARL   HANDLED   KNIVES
SILVER FORK8 AND 8POON8
BISSELL   CARPET   SWEEPERS
And many other eultable articles
Baker St. WJ
For SM'5**1' -
Wood, Vallance Hardware Co., Li

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