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 Provincial Library ��31
Daily Edition No. 852
Nelson,   British Columbia, Wednesday Evening,   October io,  1900.
Eleventh Year
Twelve Year Old Boy Sees a Lake Monster
at Crawford Bay���A Truthful Tale ?
Nelson's future as a summer rosort
in assured. Kootenay Lake contains! a
sea serpent. It has been seen by a
uoy 13 years of   age, so   that   no   one
can say that over Indulgence in liquor
has anything tu do with it. It is not
as big as s"!"1' "f tne BeR 88rPeDt8
which have heen seen at eastern summer resorts, hut it is big enough tn
be classed in the sea serpent class and
that is sufficient.
It was first seen at Crawford Hay a
few days ago, and the news was
brought tn Nelson by W. .1. Kane,
master nf the steamer Marlon, it is
described as being about VI feet long,
ami having two legs under the front
portion of its body, so that it is perfectly at home on land. A few days
ago a twelve year-old boy at Crawford
liny saw it crawl out of the water to
a heap of refuse near the shore and
Indulge in a very, heaity meal, return
Ing afterward to the water and soon
disappearing, The boy notified some
men in the neighborhood and they
visited the spot where the serpent had
appeared on shoro and could plainly
see the marks of the web feet. Then
it was recalled that the kitchen refuse   which   had   been deposited near
the shore I'm- sonic time was continually disappearing, evidently having
been Visited several times licfiirn by
the mysterious lake monster. The
Sawyer brothers whn run tlie pack
train ai Crawford Hay. and others
planned tu capture the serpent, dead
ur alive, ami watches have been kept
by men with rifles in the hope of getting 11 shot at it, but these have been
Captain Kane tuld the story to Severn friends in Nelson yesterday, lit'
has seen the marks of the serpent anil
is tberefore sure that it exists. The
buy Vvliu saw il is a truthful young
man and is believed. If it had been
seen only by a man there would undoubtedly have been Inquiries at lirst
as to the kind of liquor the man in
question" uually drank, ur as to the
kind of ������dupe" to which he was addicted. But the boy does not drink
and is not therefore subject to visits
from sea serpents, snakes and the
like,     lie sees only that which exists.
Ttio story was given tu The Miner
iii good faith and in equally frood
faith it is given to Tlie Miner's readers. The Miner has no affidavits on
iile as to its truth and does not care
to say whether it believes it or not.
English' people t'nemsoivos to pause,
and the Liberal party especially
should endeavor tu bring about some
healthy   reaction   in this   respect   in
public opinion, Unfortunately, tho
Liberal party, while almost as unscrupulous as Its opponents, lacks really the great ability and grit of
those arch bandits, Chamberlain and
Rhodes, The rule uf the Liberal party has been mean and paltry beyond
description, sir William Harconrt
anil sir Henry Oampbell-Bannerman
made themselves virtually accomplices
before and after the fact, uf the must
disgraceful episode uf Knglish modern
history. The oerB, in my opinion,
are as strung today as they were just
before the fall uf Johannesburg; they
know they have nothing to expect.
Their families have been treated by
the English authorities with all the
rigor of that abominable reconcentra-
iln system, copied frum Wcyler, which
roused the American people. I believe
when Kruger cunies tu this country,
at a period when the real facts of this
war will have had time to transpire,
he will be received here with enthusiasm which never greeted the most
distinguished representative uf any
state who ever visited America."
Volume of Business Vancouver and Victoria Did With
Detective Smiley Tells More
of the Chicago Insurance Swindle.
Commander of Irish Brigade
in South Africa Busy
Chicago,   Oct. 1(1.���Detective  Frank
II. Smiley's  confession of   details, as
lie claims to know them, of the insurance fraud   conspiracy  thut    caused
the death of Marie A.  Defcnbucli. was
made public yesterday at   the   county
jail, where   he   is  confined   with   I'.
Wayland lirown   and   Dr.   August M.
1'nger, the other alleged conspirators.
In   his   confession   Smiley says   that
Inge r  and   Brown   had   arranged lu
gain the insurance and that they were
to  divide   it.    Unger   was   tn receive
3 .Kin, while Hrown was  to  take 87, -
nun.    Smiley asserts   that he was only
a tool in the plot and   that all he was
to receive was SI.IMIO fiom    Brown for
allowing himself   to   be known lis the
intended husband of   Miss Defenbacb.
Information   has   reached  the   prosecuting official that a young lady stenographer  who   had    worked   in    the
olllces of a firm of   insurance   solicil-
ors, and who  had familiarized herself
with their   methods,   was  intimately
acquainted with one of  the three men
now  under  arrest   in the   Defenbacb
case.    Some time ago   this mysterious
young woman, who is thought to have
carried considerable   insurance on her
life, left suddenly for California seeking health and   24   hours  later   word
came   to   Chicago   that   she had died
suddenly on the train.  But before she
died, as   it developed   later, the eloBe
friend   who   is   now involved   in   the
lief en bach case remarked   to  another
young woman   acquaintance that she
had  gone   into a "decline" and   that
he feared she could not live long.    As
events proved he  was a good prophet.
The   three   prisoners.    Dr.    A.    M.
Unger, Francis Wayland   Brown, and
Frank   II.   Smiley,   remained   in   the
county   jail all   of   yesterday, anticipating an   effort either to   secure bail
for them or to   procure   their 'release
hy means of habeas corpus.   The prosecution swore out two additional warrants for the trio, one warrant charging them with conspiracy to get J5000
fraudently  from   the Canadian Order
of Foresters, and   the other   with the
same aet  in connection with   the   insuring of Miss Defenbacb for 88,000 in
the  Knights  and   Ladies   of   Honor.
The warrants will not   bo   served unless Brown or either of   the   other ac-
eral Brooke commanding the 'department of   the east of New York which
was made public at the war department yesterday that a pressing necessity exists for the renrgani/ation of
the army mi modern lines.
"For   many   years   past," he says.
the general officers uf the army
have shown the necessity for an increase which will place the army on
an efficient basis and enable it to perform its duties with credit to itself
and to the satisfaction uf   tlie nation,
J'hc events since the commencement
if the Spanish war have demonstrated beyond doubt the necessity fur a
re-organization.    The reorganization
which will enable this nation In maintain the position in which it now
liniis itself placed, so that in ease of
war the army may form the bulwarks
behind whloh the volunteer army may
be created as has always been dune in
our country by organizing tlie pen-
I'le." '	
London, Oct. 10.���Mr. John JHorley
lias been re-elected fur Muiitruseburgh
in the Liberal interest,receiving 3,000
vutes as against 3,800 cast fur Mr. ,1.
11.  Dun, his Liberal opponent.
More of the Doings of the
American Who Visited Kruger.
New York, (let. 10.���Colonel Arthur
Lynch, organizer and commander of
the second Irish brigade and a famous
war correspondent, who arrived Sunday on the Loqultalne as a special
envoy tu the American peoplej from
Kruger.silys the war iu I he Transvaal
is nut, ended. The intrepid rifles uf
the liners and Free Staters are still
singing brave tunes, and they are by
do means dirges fur a lust cause.
Lynch is here he says. In give the
American people the truth regarding
the situation in South Africa, because
nf the atrocious lying uf   tbe Knglish,
who cuiitrul ibe means nf communication, Having willi bis brigade
fought gloriously with Botha, he is
able to give facts of wonderful Interest frum the front,
"1 went nut frum I'aris as correspondent uf Collier's Weekly and the
Paris Journal," said Lynch. "At the
request nf Kruger I organized the second Irish brigade, and wc operated in
Naliil under Botha. We took part iu
several nf the must seven1 engagements
and covered thcretrcal through Natal.
Subsequently wc were sent tothe Fiee
State   to   attempt to stem   the tide of
Invasion, taking- part in the engagements around Klip River, Johannesburg and Pretoria. After the fall of
Pretoria I returned to France with
the advice of the Boor authorities, in
Order tn place the true state nf affairs
before the French and American people. The Boer war is far from over.
You must recullcc' now is a critical
poriod in the general elections in
England, and the English authorities
havo absolute control to of all avenues
nf Information frum South Africa
and nothing calculated tu dampen the
enthusiasm uf the -khaki fever' will
be allowed to transpire until the results have been published, yuu may he
sure. Having heen a special correspondent un Various Other campaigns,
1 was quarantined with unscrupulous-
ness by the   English authorities in regard to  the  suppression, falsification
BWS, hut I think
Victoria, II. C., Oct. III.���During
the month nf September Canadian
gnnds tn tbe value nl 11,300,000, shipped frum Victoria and Vancouver,
passed through Skagway en rnute to
Dawson and points along the Canadian Yukon. Those figures are from the
report nf the Canadian customs officer at Skagway. It was learned at
Skagway before Ihe Tees which arrived here last evening sailed from
there, that September was tho banner month fur the Importation nf merchandise since the rush tn the Yukon
began. The Inbound steamers all carried large cargoes.
Another item of news brought by
the Tees is given by a passenger frum
the Skeciia. lie says that he heard
that the telegraph line which is being
cunstructd frum ilazcltuu tu Telegraph Creek, connecting the Yukun
witli the outside world, will nut bo
Completed this season, fur Owing lu a
mistaken direction, the constuctlng
pai lies have failed lo connect. They
have both gone far enough tn have
connected if they had winked Inwards
each other, lle said, but they have
overlapped and at no small distance
apart. The party frum llazellnn bad
lost themselves fur a short lime , it is
said, uu Uround Hoy Mountain, a
place whloh was difficult if nut Impossible tn wire.
The building operations now in
progress in different parts of the city
are seriously retarded iu some Instances owing tn the scarcity nf bricklayers. A number of contractors are
making efforts tu secure men in Vancouver.
The commander-in-chief and officers
uf the Pacific squadron are tn give a
ball at Assembly Hull on October 10.
.lohu .1. Hurt, one of the "Old
Guard," passed away yesterday at the
age of OS years. A native of London,
Eng., he came to Victoria In 1858, establishing a mercantile business on
Yates Street.
Tully Boyco has entered suit against
The Nanaimo Herald for alleged criminal libel contained in a letter published in The Herald a few days ago
reflecting on his character.
ami exaggeration nf in
never in tlie history uf the must oor-
rupt and disreputable nation has such
an amazing mass uf vile literature
been foisted Upon the English public,
and Indirectly un tie- American pub'
He, as during the negotiations which
lod to the war nnd actual campaign
itself.   The degradation uf  the Bng-
Venus Gold Mining Company of Nelson
Makes a Very Important Discovery
In Their Ores.
London, Oct, lo.���A despatch from
Pletermaritzburg, Natal, says it is
officially announced that General Bul-
ler will arrive there mi October i.uh.
It is assumed front this that be is
coming borne.
Lndon, Oct. 10.���Douglas Story, tho
clone, personal friend of I'resident
Kruger, President Steyn,General .Jou-
bert and other Transvaal leaders, who
did excellent Herviec in the early part
of tlie war as correspondent of Tlie
Daily Mail, with .the Moor forces,has a
remarkable story, over his own signature, in The Mail. It bears the caption "Boei Hold for America; a True
History of the Sordid Intrigue." The
article charged Webster Davis with
having led the Boers to believe he
could, hy his oratory, so arouse the
people of the United States thut intervention would result. Davis is alleged to have been paid 9125,000. The
story goes on to say: "The South
African war was born in a Hollander
Lntrigue, was maintained by a variety
of continental Intrigues, and will he
burled In American   intrigue."
The history of these intrigues is a
sordid and commonplace narrative of
a few men gambling with human
llvefl and nations, to secure for themselves paltry money profit. <>nc of the
most undid, and its details, the most
common place nf these conspiracies is
that whereby Hoer statesmen hoped
to secure the election of Bryan to the
United States presidency and un purchase his active Interference on behalf
of   the   Transvaal   in a settlement of
negotiations with Great Britain, The
theory upon which the Jtoern founded
their faith was that in United States
there was a large hitter antl-English
public, composed of Hermans und
Irishmen. All of these were by assumption pro*Boor. If Davis, with
his tine oratorical gifts and happy
ignorance of South Africa, could
arouse them hy false enthusiasm, Bryan's election would he a eeitainty,
and in his intervention in behalf of
the Hoers an assured corollary. "And
so today, Huch Hoers as are still fighting, remain   in   the field to await the
announcement  of  the result of  the
polls on November Oth next. Kruger
lias lost faith iu Davis, and is over
the holder.    The   Hoers, however, did
not rest content with these heavy disbursements. They dispatched Montague White, recently consul of the
South African Republic to London,
with Home 6300,000 ($1,000,000) to expend on pro-Hoer meetings in the
I'nited States. That money has been
widely circulated in America."
A most important and interesting
discovery has just been made which
will he a great interest to the mining
communities of Nelson ami Hritish
Columbia generally. The Venus Gold
Mining Co. has just received leports
of exhaustive tests of their ore made
for the purpose of determining the
best method of treatment.
One of the supposed objectionable
features of the ore for treatment by
vanners wns the quantity of yellow
sand thought to contain carhonates of
lead.of a specific gravity heavier than
the black sand whieh carries the gold
values, making it difficult to separate
the two. The quantitative analysis
made by the expert shows that the
yelow sands are probably the most
valuable part of the ore, as they eon-
tain crystals of uranium,one of the
rare metals, the market price of
which is ?<i.OO per pound. The following is the analysis as received: Silica, 08. is per cent. ; iron und alumina, 30.801 per cent. ; uranium, 0.81
per cent. ; lime, a trace; magnesia, a
trace; sulphur, 0.,ri:j per cent. Totul,
Uit.HSI per cent.
The oillcers of the company are nat-
I urally very pleased over the discovery
as it greatly increases the value nf
their property which has always been
considered one of the hest in the Nelson dlstrlot. The world's supply of
uranium is very limited coining chiefly from Germany and a few places in
the I'nited States, This is, it is understood, the first discovery nf tin-
rare metal in Hritish Columbia and
another source of wealth may be added to the already long list.
Y m i r, Oct. 10. ���A t a n 6*1 raord i -
nary special meeting of the shareholders of the Broken Hill Mining and Development Company, Limited, held at
the oflicc of the company here it was
decided not to accept tho offer made
by a French syndicate, represented in
Hritish Columbia hy Samuel News-
wander of Kaslo, B.C., for the taking
over of the property of this company.
The Canadian shareholders were willing that the deal should go through,
hut Stephen Hywatei and the other
American holders of stock were opposed owing to   the price not being large
enough.   A. Bernard   Duckworth rep
resented the Ameiican stockholders at
the meeting.
A Murderer Sues far Insurance on the Woman he
St. Petersburg, dot. 10,���Two hundred anil fifty sailors leave Krnuiistiult
today fur tin' United stutcH to brine
over i lu1 iirw Russian orulser VarU(f,
which wus liuili by the Cramps ot
euHou men Hetuns likely  to gain bullish press Is a matter of suoh serious
freedom ou h writ ot bubeas coipus,    ' oonsequenoe that  it should (WW the
Major   General   Brooke   So  Recommends in His Annual Report.
Washington,  Oot 10.���It  i�� urged
In tlie annual report of Major-Gen-
London, Hot.  10.���A valet last nlghi
saved William Bayard Cutting, tbe
private seoretary of the United staton
Ambassador Joseph   II. Choate, from
being victimised by a burglar who
broke Into Mr. Cutting's room by a
window. The burglar was ea|itureil.
Ihtinks to the valet, with various
pieces of jewelry valued at K800 in hih
Philadelphia, Pa., Oot. 10.��� A suit
to recovei Insurance on the life of his
wife, whom he killed on Deoember
:ilst. 1803, has been commenced in this
city by Prof. Swlthin C, Shortlldge,
who is now residing al Rennet!
Square in Chester Cqunty. The suit,
whieh is to recover the sum of 17,032
from tho Provident Life and Trust
Co., is one of the most remarkable iii
the history of life insurance. Prof.
Shortlldge was conducting an academy for young men. in November,
lsu3, Prof. Shortlldge married as a
second wife.iMiss Marie Dixon Roods,
and everybody pronounced it a happy
marriage. Shortly after this the professor began to act strangely. Six
weeks after the marriage Prof. Shortlldge commanded his wife to go out
with him for a walk    iu the snow.    A
abort distance from the house he drew
a revolver and shot her through the
heart, lie then made an attempt to
commit suicide but wus disarmed by
a neighbor. In the trial which followed, Prof. Shortlldge was acquitted
on the grounds of insanity and was
confined in an asylum until a year
A life insurance man today recalled
a case of   parallel   nature   which   i
ourrod at Sedalia, Mo., Beveral years
ago, but which docs not establish a
precedent for the present suit by reason of   its sudden and   tragic ling.
A saloon keeper in that city insured
the life of his wife for |S,000 and
then in a rage killed her. He was
put on trial for his life and after a
tierce legal battle was acquitted on a
technicality.    After   his acquittal   he
sued the Life Insurance Company, and
so far as law was concerned he had it
entirely   ou   his side.     Public   feeling
hail  been   wrought to  such a pitch.
however, that no jury could be found
to   give   the   murderer n verdict, and
finally tlie  Indignant citizens  ended
the matter hy talcing the plaintiff out
and hanging him to a tree.
Liverpool, Oct, 10.���James Kltzhar-
rls, the Phoenix Park murderer,
known as "Skin the Goat" who was
arrested for falling to report himself
under the terms of his prison release
license, was liberated yesterday.
London, Oot. 111.    A .riling to   the
Vienna correspondent of  The  Dally
Mail, the   panic   on the    lloiirse the
yesterday   was   the   most   dlsanterous
known In years.    It   was   due   lo the
decline   in   Iierlin. and   the   general
situation In China.
W. A Galllher's Friends Say
There are Many In Liberal Camp.
According   to   Home  ot the   Nelson
friends of Mr. YV. A. Galliher, Liberal
nominee in the Yalc-Kootenay-t'ari-
boo district, there are traitors in the
Liberal camp, First there uuh tho
seneine to   withdraw both    Mr. Galll-
her ami Christopher Foley, the tabor
nominee. That fell through because
Mr.Galllher, it is said, refused to pull
out after having heen duly nominated
by a Liberal convention. Hy the acceptance of the nomination Mr. Qalliher considered himself pledged to carry the Liberal banner to the polls.and
has declared that he intends to do bo
unless the men   who   nominated   him
ask him to withdraw.
The   hand of   the traitor was atfain
shown   last     night,    Mr.   Galllher'a
friends say.     In   this they may he do*
Ing Mr. 1-'. J. Deane, of Kamloops, an
injustice, hut his actions are certain*
ly open to suspicion, lie wired Mr.
James Wilks yesterday asking him to
meet him at the depot last night. Mr.
Wilks was there on time and accompanied   Mr.   Deane tu tlie Hume Hotel
where  both gentlemen were  closeted
in    Mr.  Deano's    room for some time.
Now Mr. Galllher'fl friends are saying
that Mr. Deane came to Nelson with
some kind of a proposition to throw-
to Christopher Foley a large share of
the Liberal vote in the Kamloops district. There in said to he much dissatisfaction up there with Mr. Galllher ami tin' Liberals, it is said, are
willing to knife -him to gain an end
in the election of Mr.  Foley.
Mr. Deane WM seen by a Miner man
at noon today and asked as to his
mission in Nelson at this time.
"1 came down,1'Said he. witli a
smile, "to see your steam road roller
working. Vou know wc people up ill
Kamloops are vvvy much Interested in
good roads. "
And   Mr. Deane imlled   again  and
shook hands with "Jim' Wilks, who
happened along, just as though he
hadn't seen the same Mr. Wilks for
several weeks.
From the manner    in which Mr.  W,
A. Galllher and Mr. F. .1. Deane frat*
Braised  this  morning   it   was   quite
evident that whatever Mr, Deane'0
mission to Nelson may he. he and Mi,
(ialliher arc on g'>od terms, or. at
LeOflti desire to appear as being ou
good tcriUH.   There were three of them
I during  a portion  of  the   morsliig,
"Jim'* Will, making the third. They
were nut Conversing fur publication, Nelson  Daily  Minhr,   Wednespav  Kv_nwo,   October io, iqoo.
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Fifteen yearn ago the Imperial Federation League urged the British Hov-
eminent to denounce the llelgian and
German treaties, In order that the
Empire might he free to establish
trade relations between the various
parts composing it that would be
most advantageous tn themselves.
The British Government steadily refused to take the step required! they
could see nothing in it for (Ireat
Britain. In 1HU7 Sir Wilfrid Laurier
startled the country with the announcement that Canada was giving
the Mother Country a tariff preference, without conditions. A few
months later the regulation went into
effect. It was quickly discovered,
however, that the "preference" extended to countries having favored-
nation treaties with (ireat Britain.
The latter saw that this was more
than Canada intended or could stand,
and that unless the German and Belgian treaties were denounced she
would lose the advantage of the Canadian preference. What she refused to
do in the Interest of Imperial trade
she would gladly do for herself, and
accordingly those treaties were denounced.
Naturally Germany took umbrage,
venting her anger on Canada. It was
the meddling of Canada that brought
about the abrogation of a treaty that
was of great service to German trade,
therefore Canada must be punished.
There would be discrimination
against Canadian products. A new
treaty with (Ireat Britain was not negotiated at once, the trade relations of
those two countries having continued
since under the terms of a modus
vivendi. But it is understood that a
new treaty is being negotiated now,
and that Germany is putting in black
and white her threat to discriminate
against Canada. Moved by this belief, several Influential English journals are protesting that (Ireat Britain
should not permit Canada to suffer because of her practical affection for the
Mother Country. The Financial News
Is afraid that it will endanger Imperialism. The B. C. Review, a London
publication,saysi "'There must be no
deviation if the Imperial idea is to
grow, und if such a treaty is seriously
regarded ty our Government we look
to the new Parliament to denounce
the proceeding in toto. Canada has
made a voluntary sacrilice to encourage trade relations with the Mother
Contry. Is the reward for her patriotic policy to be exelusii n of her exports from benefits which are enjoyed
by England'.' Such a rebuff would
prevent New Zealand or the new
Australian Commonwealth from following Canada's example ; it would,
by destroying all hopes of an Imperial
/.ollvercin. prove that the talk of
Empire is as so much froth when there
is a possibility nf Ibis country losing
anything. What have our Colonies to
gain if the tie of mutual advantage is
to lie broken whenever we think we
can conclude a satisfactory arrangement with a foreign country whose
entire thought and enterprise is concentrated in securing trade at our expense'.' Of what use is it Unit colonics
sacrifice blood anil treasure in defence
of the Empire if in times of peace the
relations of every day life, where sentiment is not supposed to exist, are
subordinated lo gain���for the benefit
of England alone?"
To the pleas for preferential trade
within the Empire it is replied that
Great Britain would not consent; that
she would never agree to tax foreign
foodstuffs for the benefit of tho Colonies. That is as much as to say that
"the talk of Empire is as so much
froth when there is a possibility of
Great Britain losing anything." Is
all the sacrifice to be on the side of
the Colonies'.' Are the Hritish people
Insensible to sentiment'.' Are all their
thoughts of pounds, shillings, and
pence, and would they sacrilice the
Colonies to the greed of their own
traders'.' That may be the view of It
of the politicians who for the present
have the direction of public affairs;
but there is II growing feeling among
the masses that the Colonies have to
be considered, and that in all matters
Ot   Imperial pulley the day Is at baud
when their voices must be listonod to.
Lot thu Colonies demand Imperial
preferential trade, and there are sentiment and self -sacrilice enough in the
British nation to concede it. If Imperialism is not all froth, something
more than the insular selfishness of
Westminster must go to the shaping
of it.
Liberal candidates are leaning heavily on the lust surplus, hoping that
it will gain them many votes. But all
electors are not laboring under the
disadvantage of  short memories,   in
the years since Confederation there
have just been three surpluses similur
to the present one, surpluses, that is,
over all expenditure, capital as well
as ordinary. There was such a surplus in 1871, and again in 1HH:.', on
both occasions under Conservative administration. Against the one Liberal
surplus over capital as well us current
exeuditure, therefore, the country can
put two Conservative ones. Would it
be too much to ask the Liberal candidates to point out this fact when expending their eloquence on the llnan
cial achievements of the present Government?
A number of Amerlclau women belonging to various domestic economy
societies have been holding a convention in Toronto. During a discussion
ono of them interjected: "So many
know how to make potato salads who
don't kow how to boil the potatoes."
There are housekeepers by the hundred who would benefit the human
race if they took that remark to bed
with them every night for a month,
and turned it over and over in their
minds until they understood it in all
its phases.	
Mr. Garden's candidature in Bur-
rard is causing great distress of mind
to the Libera] newspapers. Wc do not
suppose the gentleman ever had the
least idea that his friends the enemy
were in such agonies of solicitude for
his health and happiness. They think
it would be ever so much nicer if he
were to withdraw and take to his bed
until after the election. Aud uo
doubt it would���for them.
Referring to the rumor that the
local bosseB are endeavoring to pull
both Mr. Ualliher and Mr. Foley and
nominate a new and joint candidate,
it may be well to recall the old aphorism, it is dangerous to swap horses
while crossing the stream. Perhaps,
however, it is intended to pull but
one only. Nothing would pleuse Mr.
MaeNeill more than a single-handed
The Vancouver World says Mr.
Ilewdney has consented to stand as
the Conservative candidate for the
New Westminster constituency. This
completes the list of Conservative
nominations in British Columbia, and
with such excellent candidates the
party can appeal with confidence to
the electors.
Canned or Fresh
Just now the fall fruits are especially attractive. Vou can buy here the
best of
Peaches, Apples, Grapes,
for fall canning or for present eating.
Our line of canned and preserved
fruits will continue to be the very
best, so you are free from the necessity of putting up fruits if you prefer
Fresh  or Canned  Fruits as You
Want Them.
Peaches, Pears,
Plums, Quinces,
Apples, Bananas,
Sweet Potatoes,
Green Tomatoes.
Kirkpatrlck 6 Wilson
Canada Permanent and Western Canada Mortgage
head  office toronto,  ont.
Money to loan on Straight Mortguge.
Apply to (i. U LENNOX, Baker  St.
Will pay the highest oash prioe for all
kinds of second hand goods. Will buy
or sell anything from an anchor to a
needle. Furniture, stoves, caiperts,
cooking utensils, bought in household
qnantities. Also east off clothing.
Call and see me or write. Address
Silver King Mike, Box 800. HsU
Street, Nelson, B. 0,
Books You May Need
Hunt's Systematic Mineralogy.. 8S 00
Peters' Modern Copper Smelting !i 50
Stretch's   Prospecting,  Locating
and Valuing   Mines  2 75
Lang's  Matte  Smelting  2 ��li
Miller's   Qualitative   Analysis.. 1 7.1
Kemp's Handbook of  Bocks  l 75
Thautwine's Engineer's Handbook   r�� 50
Hawkins'   New    Catechism    for
the Steam   Engine  2 2f>
Hawkins' Maxims and Instructions for   Boiler Boom  8 25
Hawkins'   New     Catechis f
Electrici ty  2 86
Hawkins' Handbook of Calculations   for   Engineers  2 86
Machinists'     und        Engineers'
Pocket Manual  1 2f>
Stevenson's Practical Test  1 (Hi
Canada's   Metals  86
Canada mm &
Houses and lots for sale in all  parts
of the City.
Victoria-Montreal    Fire   Insurance
Ontario Mutual Life Insurance Company.
(fflfftSt*     See ANNABLE
Coal and  Wood.
Agents Imperial Oil Oo. Ltd.
Crow's   Nest   Coal,   $6.15
Anthracite,     -    -    $9.65
No order can lie accepted unless
accompanied by cash.
Office Corner Hall and Baker Streets.
"Bills of Sale, Act."
His Honor the Lieutenant���Govern
or, under the provisions of Section 9
of the "Bills of Sale Act as enacted
by Section 2 of the Bills of Sale Act,
Amendment. Act, 1 Still," has been
pleased to alter the place for tbe registration of Bills of Sale "for the remainder of tho County of Kootenay."
as   follows, namely:
For that part ' of the County of
Kootenay buing the territory covered
by the North Hiding of East Kootenay Electoral District:
The otlice of the Registrar of the
County Court at Golden,
For that part of the County of
Kootenay being the territory covered
by the Revelstoke Riding of the West
Kootnay Electoral District:
The oflice of the Registrar of tho
County Court at Revelstoke.
Such alteration to take effect on
the 1st day of October, 1000.
.1.  D.  PRENTICE,
Provincial Secretary,
Provincial     Secretary's    Office,     5th
September,  UIUU.
Nelson Opera House
October 12th & 13th-
A Show of Unusual Excellence
Europeaa Acrobatic Marvels
JACK SYMONDS,    of Syiiionds-lluiitios-Rastiis
ED. FOX. He With tho Eccontrlc Legs.
FRED SCHMIDT . Sweet Tenor
HANK GOODMAN        -      Pleasing Comedian
CHAS.   VAN . nanadist
J. HARVE BRICQS - Promlor Basso
Gorton & Lee
The Princes ol High Class Musical
Comedy and
S ������������������������
OCT. 15, 16 & 17
I conic OPERA.
# INleisoi) Operatic Society
$t Plan of Scats is now   open
in tlie Opera Mouse Store.
PRICES : $1.00, 75c and 50c.
For wood or bnril or soft coal.
The   largest   line   carried   by
any firm In Canada,
"Good   Cheer"   Ranges  and
look Stoves.    A complete line.
Call and be convinced that the only  place to buy
Stoves  and   Ranges  at  the  right   prices   la   the
Merchants' Bank of Halifax
Incorporated 1869.
< nplfiil   I'lllll-up.      .     .     .      $l,ftK5,.70.00   I    Uf* I, ���l.TM.OOO.O
Roiird of IMrrrtoi-Hi   ThOmaa E.Kenny,   President;   Thomas Ritchie Vioo-Prestdenl.
Wiloy Smith, H. G. Uauld, Hon. H. II. Fuller, M.L.C., Hon. David MaoKeen.
IlriMl Office, Halifax 1
General Manager, Kelson h. Pease. Montreal.
Superintendent of Hnuichen. and Secretary, W. B. Torrance, Halifax,
Inspector, \V. K, Hroek, Halifax.
Inspector L>. M. Stewart, Montreal.
Itrutir.hcs I
Nova Beotla���Halifax Branch, AnMnouish, 11 ridge witter, GuyRboro. Londonderry, Lunenburg.
Maitland (Hants Co.), Plotoil, Port Hawkesbury, Sydney. Sliubonaeodle, Truro, Weymouth
New BriinHwIcfc���Hathur.., Dorchester, Frodericton, Kin*, ton (Runt Co.), Moncton, Now-
caHtle, Saekville, Woodstock. I*. K. bland��� Charlotte town, Summorsido. Que bee���Montreal
(City O(Hce). Montreal. West End (Cor. Notro Dame and Seigneurs Streete); WoHtmount (Cor.
Greeno Avenue and St. Catharines Street. Ontario���Ottawa. Newfoundland���St, John's.
Cuba* Went Indies���Havana. lulled Males���Now York (IB Exchange Place) Republic, Wash
Atlin, Bennett, Grand Forks, Nanaimo, Nelson, Rossland, Vancouver, Vancouver East End, Victoria.
Correspondents t
Canada���Merchants Bank of Canada. Boston��� National Shawmut Hank, Chicago���America
National Hank. Han Frnm-lsco���First National Hank. Loudon, Enic.-Bank of Scotland.
Paris, France���Credit Lyonuais.   Bermuda��� Hank of Bermuda.   China and Japan���HOQS
Kong and Shanghai Hanking Corporation.
(ieneial Banking; Business Transacted; Sterling Bills of Exchange  Bought
and Sold. Letters of Credit, Etc, Negotiated.
Accounts received on the most favorable terms.   Interest allowed on special
deposits and on Saving Bank accounts,
Geo. Kydd, Manager, Nelson, B.C.
Hot Blast
To Burn Crow's
Nest and other
Soft Coals. The
Florence Hot
Blast is made
particularly for
these coals. Sat
isfaction guar
an teed.
M'LACHLAN BROS,       Baker St
Roorps ai)d Offices io I^eijt.
Apply   io   ihe
INfelsoi) Electric TraijiWai) C<k
Corner Josephine aq_ Vernon Streets.
Prices; Ji.oo, 75 and 50Cents,
Room 1, Tnrner-Boeokh Block.
Houses and Building Lots in All Parts
of the Oity.
Kivo, six, sovon ami oiKht room houses for
Halo, twenty por cent below cost.
nnd   l.ry a holllc,  a  dozen,  or a  barrel  of
OALGARY  BEER  a* IL II the best anil
heapest    on    the    nnirket.    Also   try   our
WINES,    LIQUORS,    and
Telephone 1)3,
St. Joseph's
Next term commences 3rd
September. Por particulars apply to the
By the week from $5 to $6.
KIBLYN. M.n...���      j      BX the day *U����-
B��kcrft,imm,ft ,'j, V. O'LAUGHLIty, Prop*
ttiCO R POB^m 167*
We Sell the
Highest Values
Lowest Price
Most Satisfactory
Absolutely Pure
In Nelson.
Corner Baker and Stanley StrwU
Spokane Falls &
Northern R'v.
Nelson  & Fort
Sheppard R'v.
Red Mountain R'v.
The only all rail route between
all points east, west and south to
Rossland, Nelson and intermediate
points; connecting at Spokane with
Great Northern, Northern Pacific,
and O. R. & N. Co.
Connects at Nelson \�� ith steamer
for Kaslo and all Kootenay lake
Connects at  Meyer's   Falls  with
stage daily for Republic,   and  connects at Bossburg with stage  daily
for Grand Forks and Greenwood.
Leave. Day Train. Akbivk.
10.85 a.m Spokane 7:10 p.m,
12:05 p. m Roasland 5:80 p.m.
9:30 B, iu Nelson 8:00 p.m.
Night Train.
9:_ p.m Spokane 7:05 a.m:
11:00 p.m Rowland ��:H0 a.m.
H. A. JACKSON, O. P. & T.A.
Spokane  Wash
Annul. Nelson. B.O
Atlantic S. S. Lines.
Prom Montreal
Allan Lino Numlillan  OotM
Allan Mne Corinthian _;��
Dominion   Lino  Vancouver v.      -i
Hum in inn Line Dominion N'iv S
Beiiver Lino Luke Cliiuniilnin QOj _
Beaver Line Lake MeganHo Qotw
From New York
Whito Star Lino Majestic ��� $���'
Whito Slar Line Cymric <  . :"'
White Star Lino Oceanic Q��J ���'
Cunard Lino Lucanla gJJ .-/_
('miniil  Line Umbria  rriai
American Lino St. Louts  Crt -J
American Lino Now York  o<'�� ��� '���
Anchor Lino Anchorla J;1' g
Anchor Lino Astoria S_B
N. G. L. Lino Kaiser Wilhelm dor GosscOc 030
N.G.L. Lino Trier Q��fK
French Line La Bretagnc  w   ��� 1
French Lino L'A(|iiatalne ����* ,i
Allan state Lino California!] oot w
Allan Stalo Line Laurentiali j,uc,1':;'
From Boston^.
Dominion Lino NowJCngland  _?jj
Cunnrd Line Saionia ������_.'_
Passages arranged to and from all European
point*   For rales, tlcko.s and full Inforniatlo 1
ly to 0. P. K. depot agont or H. L. Browu
\uent, Nelson. B. C.
CityVosso _or Agent, Nelson. B.C.
W. P. F. CUMMINuo.
Gonoral A ��mit. C.l .11. Offices, Wlnnlpog
7-8 inch diam. $13.50 per 100 feet.   For
immediate  delivery    in   NeI��o��
J. O. T. CROFTS, .       ��� ���
P.O. Hot       , Nelson, P"
Of Writing Paper won't last
long. You'd hotter place another "hurry up' order with
'wi'ilZl Nelson  Daily  Miner,  Wednbsda*  Evening,   October io,  iooo
Special Agent Whiteside Reports on Recent Discoveries.
to theforeotor
Oct,  10.���In his report
0f  the   mini fl'"m t,u'
oine District,   Special Agent Cabell
Whitehead Bays!
yv.,'j ,,���, new dlsooverlea since last
looated  on the beaah
unison, lopkuk,
Smiles cast   of   Hen', easily takes
���,',. i.,,,1.    i'liini a space   not  over mm
o( in length along the beach to the
' tl,,,,.   w������    taken   out   this
spring between  WOO.000 and ��000,000,
j] with rockers. .
,.T|,e latest strike, undone which
U at present attracting much attention i��� n the milestone River, in the
,.,���.,' Clarence mining district. some-
Hum il hundred   miles from
f the tributaries of this
Cold Bun, is  said to   exceed in
is anything known  heretofore,
,e|ng  no uncommon tliinf? to  get
Ingle pan,   The
them very satisfactory, however, to
explain the origin of this curious
struct me ami ihr purpose served I.v
the "trembling" uf the leaf. II. J,
Colbourn, in a recent letter to Nature,
suggests a new explanation. He
thinks the vibration may he nn ailuri-
tatlon   lor   raplldy  throwing off the
excess of   condensed    lBture, whieh
is liable in form on tlie foliage of
trees in marshy situations.
. !���'.
less I
no mice
from Sl" to 880 in
creek is entirely taken up.
��� . source of gold which is attract-
i,,,, much attention at the present
tilIlc is Ihe ancient river beds along
the bead of Dexter and Anvil Creeks.
Some of these deposits aio fabulously
rich, nothing richer having been
found In the Klondike.l am told.than
sonic of the claims along Niekkaln
tlulch. The extent of the deposits,
however, him not yet been proven,anil
another season "ill he necessary to
demonstrate their value.
���1 incline to the opinion that
these anolent channels are the source
of tho gold found in all the countries
in this district, us well us the gold
taken from the beach, and if 1 am
right iu this opinion, they .should lie
very extensive and add many mill-
Inns to the world's production, I see
no reason to doubt that during the
coining winter, when prospecting can
be done wiih the aid of thawing machines, these channels will be located
and next season will see u very largely increased production.
���In my opinion the future of this
district remains to be proven, with
the chances largely in favor of its bediming in the next two years a very
great producer.
"My estimate of the production up
In this time is 81,600,000, with the
chance of increasing this production
before the end of the season to 8-,000, -
Electrification    by     Ice.���In    the
euur.se nf some recent experiments on
liuuid air, II. Kbert and 11. A. Iloff-
niim noticed that a body suspended
above the surface of the liquid acquired a strong negative charge of
electricity. It was subsequently determined that this charge was not due
to the liquid air itself, but to the trio-
llon of minute particles of very cold
iee suspended in it. The discoverers
succeeded in constructing an electrifying machine by means of a tube
containing a piece of wire guaze,
through which the vapor of liquid air
was driven, lee acquires a positive
charge by friction with a metal and
imparts to the metal a negative one.
It appears to be more active in this
respect the colder and drier it is.
This may account for the strong electric effect of polar snowstorms Even
in temperate latitudes, ascending currents nf air soon reach elevations at
Which their water freezes, and the
friction of the ice crystals against suspended dust particle's wojld account
for part of the atomspherie electririea-
tion. It is iUbo suggested by the authors that in the niCMt northerly regions a friction between atmospheric
i��� and cosmic dust, together with
Solar ionization and tho consequent
Conductivity ���f the atmosphere, may
account for thu aurora and other curious light phenomena.
a Fiendish attack.
An attack was lately made mi i
Collier of Cherokee, Iowa, that ne
proved fatal, li came through
kidneys. His back got so lame lu
could not sloop without great pain,
nor sit in a chair except propped by
cushions. No remedy helped him until he tried Eleotrlo Hitters which
effected such a wonderful change that
he writes he feels like a new man
This marvelous medicine cutcs'bacli-
aehe anil kidney I roubles, purifies the
blood and builds up your health. Only
.".ii cents at the Cauada Drug & Book
Co.'B Store.
The Rubens Vest is the BEST
undershirt ever devised lor infants. No
BUTTONS,    PINS,    or     STRIWCi
required. No pulling over the head t<
worry small children, lis use is recommended by the most eminent physicians
for its efficient protection of lungs ami
abdomen, For sale by all leading Drv
Goods stores.
'!������ Ill���H���MI-IIIIHII
A Careful Reading.
al ha ml that a thoroughly
equipped druggist should have.
Wc have plenty of line, fresh
drugs, plenty of good help,
and plenty of time to give
your prescription careful reading and careful compounding
so as to insure the best results.
Baker Street, Nelson.     1', O. liox 221
Advertisements insortcd under this head at
tho rato of one cent a word per lnsortion. No
advertisement taken for less than 25 cents.
LOST.���A long, black   ostrich feather
boa.     Finder please return to Miner
Olliee and receive reward.
KOR SA L10.���Florence Park Hotel and
Roberts'   Ranch,   situated on  lake
shore, 2',   miles from Nelson.    Apply
II. U. Cameron,
LADY, cheerful, active, desires position as housekeeper. 1'seful companion, nursery governess or mother's
help. Willing' to leave town. Good
references.  Address "I!" Miner Office,
WANTED���Dressmaking   apprentices
wanted.  Salary paid.   Hudson's Hay
WANTED.���Eveiy   woman in   Nelson
to   visit    Mrs.  En field's    millinery
pnilors. and   see   her   stock   of   hats.
The best in the city.
POR   RENT.���A   furnished   bedroom
on Baker   Street, West.    Apply Itox
I nil Host olliee.
LOST.���Fox terrier bitch. Hi months
old. black and tan head, black spot
on tail answering to name of Spark.
If any Information is obtained, ad
dress,' ('. W. Voung. Provincial Police
olliee.  Nelson.
SHORTHAND���A few pupils wanted
to complete   class   (evening)   being
formed   by   an   experienced   teacher.
Hitman's system taught   in 20 lessons.
Apply at once ������Stenographer," Miner
FOR RENT.��� Cellar. Apply Merchants' Bank of Halifax.	
FOR RENT���Furnished rooms. Good
attendance.   rJecnnd  door  east  of
City Hull.	
FIRST   CLASS   room   and   hoard  in
private family, |S.60 ami JO.   Table
board 84.   Carbonate Street,   second
house east of Josephine,
Delivered to any point
on Kootenay Lake.
I have a complete stock on hand of
Rough and Dressed
Mouldings, Sash Doors.
Inside Finish,
Coast Flooring, and
Finished Lumber-
Mill at PILOT BAY. Yards, NELSON
und LARDO.
Is the highest priced Champagne on the English
and  French  markets.
Some Rubbers have very little rubber in them. Indeed they are very trashy stuff. We don't handle
anything but the best brands,the kind we know will
bring customers back tor OTHER Footwear. You
can DEPEND en our Rubbers. We have them at all
prices and in all styles.
The SLoetsts
^Representing the Largest
European and American Manufacturers
Wholesale Houses
rpHORPB & oo. Limited���Corner Vornon
X And Uedar streets, Nelson���Mnnufaolur-
wet of and wbolflsalo deoion In aerated wuturw
and fruit ��� > i u[���������. Sole ugoulH (or Halcyon Hot
tipi'iUK** mineral water.   Telephone 0U.
_i_( N. M. Cummins, Leasee���Kvery known
variety uf soft drinkH. 1' O Hox t_. Telephone
No. 81, Hoover Street, NelsOU, bottlers of the
famous til. heon Hot Borings Mineral Water,
t1AN_ & MAODONALD (11. Cane, Jamas
J A. .Miiriitniriiili Ait'lnit ri - and imperii.
lendeiiL. lirokeu Hill Hlock, comer linker and
Ward streets, rsclson.
CO.���Manufacturers of the ttoyaJ Beau
ami   Kootenay    Hello   Cigars,
olHcc, Haker m reel, .Nil- un.
Factory  and
KVANS & CO.-Baker Slrcul,  Nol-
ill���W hulunulo  dutilt'l'rt   ill   l!i|UOI'F, ci��
KUi'ft, cciiiunt,  lire brick  und lire  cluy,  WatQK
pipil   Illlll    .���[>���. 1    lulls, UHtl    '. ���'������ l II 1   CUllltlllbKlUll
Civil Engineers and Provincial Land
P. O. Box 1/5 Helnoo. B. n
Hugh R. Cameron
Fire and Life
Properties for Rent and Sale on Easy Terms
r Nelson Wine Store.
otrlo l'urniiciis.���In a paper read
before the Paris Eleotrlo Congress,
Mr, Kellar jure a rooiI general clawl-
ncatlon of the electric furnaces em-
Ployed nt the present time. There are
Jnree classes���arc furnaces, resistance
jtornaeeB, and incandescent furnaces.
" Hie lirst class the heat Is generated
"y a voltaic arc. '
We   the   heat   is
In   the   resistance
furnishetl   by   tin
passage of the current through itnper-
sotly conducting material
Enables  a man   nut  only lo  provide
an   Income for   life to  his  wife, bnl
secures an income for himself as well.
1'inler its terms a father may obtain
a life income and  at
contingently seoure
child.    Ur a   lirol
himself and for a
'"I Hill'
and in the
material to
''scent furnace th
'' fted on is not initially conductive
ami a special conducting layer is re-
'I'lircil to start the current. The tem
peraturee obtained in the electric fur-
"���ice are said to bo in excess of 8,000
M%'ross C,, and are the highest yet
attainable artificially;
'I'l'e Trembling of the Aspen Leaf.
is well lmown that the vibratory
'['"ion of the leaf of the aspen and
��ner popular trees is caused by a
Batten ng of the petiole at its junc-
nf ii"'i tlu> '""'inn. The lower part
IM leaf stalk is elongated and rig-
��� tnua forming a basis upon which
nattened portion of the stalk can.
' ��rt��B of its elasticity, move to and
0, J' "J* wind acts upon the leaves
, ��� '".'' wee- There have been several
tneorien offered by botanists, none of
i Great-
its kind
the  same   tunc
the   same   for n
er may provide  for
Bister, or a   son for
himself and a parent. .
It, otl'ers the very best form of nisiii-
anoo investment at the lowest possi
ble cost, and it is a conlracl
fullilliiienl is guaranteed liy tilt
est Financial Institution of
in the world. For full information as
to details, apply to
Qeneral Agent
The Mutual Life  insurance   Company
of New York.
RICHARD A.   McCURDY,   President,
Seattle, Wash.,
for Mainland.  Vancouver.
Sou Line
frjiperia.    Liijiilet.
East   and   West
First ('lass Sleepers on all trains from
Tourist Curs pass Medicine Hat
daily for St.  1'iuil;    Saturdays  for
Montreal nnd Huston; Mondays and
Thursdays for Toronto. Same curs
pass Revelstoke one day earlier.
7:10 Lv Nelson Ar 10|86
_-80 Lv Nelson Ar 18l46
Morning train daily for and from
Rossland] and (or Revelstoke, main
line and Tncilie ('oast.
Afternoon train daily for and from
Kossland, and from ltevelstoke, main
line and I'aeilie (Joust, and daily
(except Sunday) (or  and  from  Bonn-
Mills, Mines and Smelting Machinery
Apartodo No. 83      -       -       DURANGO, MEXICO.
two-story   dwelling:   T large rooms;   front and   back
stairs;   balls;   closets; bath room; sewer connection;
about four blocks   from post-office  S3.01)0
87CO cash, balance monthly.    A first-class buy.
Five-room cottage: sewer connection: '.'5-foot lot: a block
from tram line, in Addition A        750
Easy terms.
Two good 35-foot lots, near the street car barns; only.
'ill-foot corner, Vernon  Street	
25-foot lot, Carbonate Street	
5-Room Cottage  817 .'.0
4-Room Cottage     1"> 0"
3-Room Cottage     15 00
4-Room Cottage     l.'l Oil
To  let  on a yearly lease, 0-room house, corner of  Cedar
and Victoria;   all plumbing)   gas and  electric light.
���ACENT   FOR���
Fire Insurance Fromptly Placed.
A. M'DONALD -Madden Block, NoIhoii-
FrujU, too erouiii,  "U. B." chocolate*.
lugliolasa oonteotiooc*r>.  Icu Dream I'urior..
\-. iiuii .tie and ti lui dealeii in r. tun,
liny, Hour, feed. Mills at, Victoria, New WOBt*
iniiiHicr; KilmoiiLon, Allu, UluvaioiH oti (Jul-
Kary and Kdnioiitun lUilway. Manofaclurorri
of tho celebrated B. ,v K. Iiraiul cerealn.
MAODONALD   Sc  Oo.-Corner   Kront
and   Hall  atroetH���Whol<_olQ  grooen
und jobberri in blanket*, kIovch, mil th, Im.mi-,
nibbui-H, maek-iawa and ___u^ mnd_iee>
tNclHun���IfUlnbur, cuiluiK. lluuriiiK. mid uvury
tlilliK la wixxl fur uulMing i��� ��� ir,,., . . I.. ; our
price**.   Corrcsuuniluiice huIicIuii!.
Ar 11:110
and   return,
II. C.
��������y that enrt* K MM ft| ��m. dor
1 hereby give notice that at 11"'
next meeting of the License Commissioners for the Nelson diatrlcl win
applv for a license lo sell intoxicating
liquors at the liosslnnd Hotel. Vernon
Street, Lot 16, HlocU 66, In the City
of Nelsou, 13, C. ��,.._-_,��
J, V, O'LAUtillUN,
Jury points.
T.'in I v I  �� ���        ( Ar IIKSO
,.>0l;v)) [Nelson) (KxK))
Kor anil from Siuiilon, Slocan points,
Revelstoke, main Hue and I'aeilie
(KxSun)       Str Kokanee       (Ex Sun)
in-llO i,v NelBon
Hatuiday   to  Argent*
leaving Kaslo at 20i00k.
Kootknay BlVBR Koutk.
Pnily    8trs Moyie and Nelson    Dally
22:80 Lv Nelson ,.Ar-.:V,
Connects at Kootenay Lauding with
Crow's Nest Line trains.
For rales, tickets  aud  full informa-
tlM ftppiy  to  Depot or  City Agent,
Nelsou, H- C., or
A. R. BARROW, a. at. i. o.H
Provincial  Land Surveyor.
Corner Vlotorlo and Kootenay St��.
p, 0, Box ������� Telephone No. 95
Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants
1>   BUltNs) Sc Ca-Bakur atreet, Neliou���
.  ���   Wbulesalo doalei . in  /renli mid cured
inuutb.   Cold tituraRB.
Baku Struul, NulHon-U'liuIuNtlu dtwl-
erH in fri_h und onnd iiiuuIh.
LAWHKNUK   HAItltWAUK   CO - linker
Street,  Nelson ��� Wholesale dialata in
hardware,  miners'     iii-pli. ���,   njiurLiiiK  KochIh,
M'LACHLAN BROa (Saooewora to Van-
eouvor Hardware Co, Ltd.) Baker litreeti
_tKon    \\ holiiHalo  dealers in   hnrdwnro nnd
ininiiiK supplies, plumbers' and  tiiisiiHths' sup-
N'KLBON   HARDWARE!  CO.- Wholeaale
iniini-, oils and kIj.--. niechanl(_' tools,
AffOQU foi OuLario I'owdur Works; d)'iiamitu
rpURNKR, BKETON & Co. Corner Vornon
X and Josephine MtreoU, Nolnon���Win la-
���i-ii- dealers In liquors, cigars, and dry goodfl,
Agenta for I'abst Brewlns Oo. of Milwaukee
and Calgary Brewing Oo of Oalgar?*
HUDSON'S BAY Co.-Wholesale Krocoriei
and li'iuot������ utc. Baker Street, Nelsun.
CAUKohnia WINBOO.,Umltod-Coraor
Kront and Halt Streets, Nelson Wholesale dealers in wines lease and hulk), aud
domestic and import wl clears.
���   Josephine   Htreels
dealers in provisions
Corner Vernon and
.   Nelsou ��� Whole-ale
cured im-iii-.. butter and
_>__&*" ������"������^
Branch'Markets in Rossland, Trail, Nelson, Kaslo
Sandon, Three Forks, New Denver and Slocan City.
Orderi by man to any branch will have careful a��d prompt attention.
West Kootenay Butcher Co.
Fresh   and   Salted   Heats
Bank of
British Columbia,
Is now prepared to issue
Drafts and Letters of Credit
on Skaguay, U.S., Atlin, B.
C, and Dawson City, Yukon
Fish and Poultry in Season
E.   C.   TRAVES.   Manager.
Baker Street, Nelson.
Orders fcy tnai| receive careful and prompt attention
Windermere Mian.   Correep ��� enoe Sol'olUid
Bnwan of Fine Luri'I-
Hear aud I'iuUt,
Velioo, B. 0. Nelson  Daily Miner,  Wednesday Evening, October  io, n. o.
Alderman \V. K. Hoddor ot Kaslo,
was in Nrlsim yesterday on business,
In Bpeaklng in a general way of the
mining conditions of that section Mr.
Rodder said: "The mining industry
in our .section was never better than
it is lit the present tune. It seems to
have taken upon itself a boom, and
the general conditions of Kaslo seem
to ho greatly improved by it. Rich
strikes from the various properties
around there are being reported nearly every day. The hest of this Is
that they are real and they are not
exaggerated like they were in former
years. This is especially true from the
reports that are received from the
properties situated ou the south fork
of Kaslo Creek. Exceedingly rich
strik"s are being reported from that
district every day. Although peculiar,
a good report comes from the Hiamark
claim. Oue car of ore was shipped
from this property to the sampler at
Kaslo and the returns were so large
that it payed the expense of mining,
transportation, reduction and declared
a dividend for the owners. This
breaks all records connected with any
mine in Hritish Columbia. Another
car is ready to be shipped from the
same property and even better results
are expected.
"The company controlling the Cork
mine is making extensive improvements. They have erected a large two
story bunk house at a considerable
cost. The building is to be heated by
hot air, which is something new in
connection with mining camps. The
company is also laying lino feet of
pipe to bring water from the creek to
the property, to be used in running
the machinery. The men are now
working in tlie lower tunnel and expect to tap the lead in a few days.
In the upper tunnel they have encountered a large body of ore, and it is so
large and so rich that they term their
property the second St. Eugene. The
Government road has been extended to
this property and will aid greatly in
making it a famous mine.
"Hood reports are being received
from the Lardeau district. The Rossland Company which is operating the
Lavina-Hutte property in that district
has let a contract for the packing of
ore from the mine to water transportation. They will ship ore all winter."
Mr. Hodder also stated there were a
large number of capitalists visiting
that section this season.
�� �� ���
.lames M. Anderson, of Kaslo, manager of the Cold Hills Exploration
Company with headquarters at Toronto, was in Nelson yesterday. In the
course of an interview concerning the
properties now being operated by the
company Mr. Anderson said:
"The company has In the Lnrdo-
Donean district nino groups consisting of about 80 claims. We are at
work now on the Chicora group on little Olaoler creek near the Duncan
Kiver. The tunnel on the lead runs
DUO feet. The ore is high grade and
shows up well. We will continue de-
velopmcnet on this property until
about the '20th of this month. The
assays of the ore average about 8SII in
gold, silver and lead values. This
group is situated three and a half
miles from point of navigation. Shipping from this group will probably
start next spring.
"The next work wo did was on the
Gertrude group on Gertrude Creek.
Here we sunk a shaft a distance of BO
feet. The first '.'."i feet showed is Inches of galena, which gave J70 in gold
and silver values. Then the galena
ore disappeared and went into gold
ore which was free milling and gave
values as high as Sir,. About 1,000
feet below this group Is the Copper
Queen group through whieh two iron
cap leads run,traceable lor four miles.
The lirst ledge lss;, feet wide and averaged SI'J in gold,being free milling.
The next ledge below is T.r, feet wide,
giving returns of 110.00 in gold.
These two groups are situated on the
lime dyke divide that separates Trout
Lake district from the Duncan Kiver.
This lime dyke ridge runs .10 miles
through the country. Valuable properties are located on it at Hall Creek,
Cariboo and west fork, the greater
portion of them showing gold values.
"It is my opinion that when greater
depth is reached that all the galena
properties of this district will change
into gold properties. At least this is
what   I have already discovered,
"We also uid work on the .Sutherland group which consists of four
claims. The group Is situated on the
west side of Luke creek, joining the
copperQueon, On this very little work
has been done, n few crosscuts being
run. The nevl we developed was the
Pudding Howl group about three
miles to Ihe south of the Copper
Queen.     We   ran   a   tunnel      into   an
TO 11 III: A  < ol Ii  IN ONK  oil
Take Laxntlvn Hnnnn Quinine Talilota. All
dniKgjitu refund the money If It fall* lo euro,
lie,   _. W, (iruvu �� ilguaturi) In on cacti box. I
eight foot ledge, in which were gold,
copper and galena ore showing high
values. On tho Merrio England
group on Tea Creek, we did some
crOSSOUttlng which uncovered several
ledges of solid ore winch assayed
about 8H0 per ton. The working of the
properties in that section was grea ly
aided by the running of the steamer
Argeuta from Kaslo to Hall Creek
Landing, a distance of 11(1 miles. This
steamer was taken oil' about a month
ago and now much of the work has
been discontinued but will be resinned early in the spring."
The following are the mining records for today : Transfers ��� From
Donald Mcl'adcn, of Windsor, Ont..to
A. .1. WelsOtl, of Windsor, Ont., entire interest in Golden Treasurer No.
I, near Porto Rloo Siding, for a nominal consideration; A. ,1. Welch to the
Cleveland and H. 0, Milling Company,
Ltd., entire interest in the Golden
Treasure! No. 1, for a nominal consideration; .1. II. Best, of Windsor,
(Int., to A. ,1. Welch, of Windsor,
(Int., entire interest in Ocean Wave,
near Porto Rico, for a noimnal consideration; A. .1. Welch to the Cleveland and It. C. Mining Company, Ltd,
Ocean Wave, for a nominal consideration ; Josephine Lord, of Trout Lake
to A. L. Davenport of Spokane, entire interest in Cable and Ten Hroek
claims, near Erie, for a consideration
of 81,700. Certificates of Work.���To
W. R llornshoe, on Agnes May; John
Riley, on Noble Five. Locations���International and National, near Saltuo,
by T. Allen.
* ���   ���
The niinoral claims Golden Treasurer and Ocean Wave, which are situated near Porto Rico Siding, have
been purchased bv the Cleveland and
Hritish Columbia Mining Company,
Ltd. These claims were owned by
parties of Windsor, Ont.
��� ���   ���
A. L., Davenport of Spokane, has
purchased from Josephine Lord, for
81,700, the mineral claims Cable and
Ten Hroek, which are situated near
MrB. Fred R. Wright, of Slocan
City, is visiting in Nelson, the guest
of Mrs. D. C. McMorris.
Tlie regular monthly meeting of the
Ancient Order of Foresters will be
held at s o'clock this evening at Fraternity Hall on Haker street.
The regular monthly meeting of the
Nelsou Hoard of Trade will be held at
8 o'clock this evening at the rooms
over the Hank of Hritish Columbia.
Mr. Clarence Denike an experienced
engraver, who has been engaged with
.1. A. Knox, jeweler of Toronto, has
just arrived in Nelson, and accepted a
position with J. .1. Walker, jeweler,
of this city.
It is expected that the contract for
the construction of the new freight
sheds, to be erected in the local yards,
and that for the construction of the
C. P. R. office to be built at Kaslo,will
be awarded tomorrow.
Rev. J. II. George, D. D., Ph. D..
president of the Congregational College of Montreal, will be present at
the dedication of the new Congregational Church of this city, which it is
expected will take place early next
In referring to the new C. P. R.
schedule The Miner said yesterday
that the morniug train from Kossland
would arrive in Nelson at 11:25. It
sliould have been 11:35. The evening
train from Rossland will arrive at
10:10 p. m.
That gieat Insurance corporation,
the Mutual Life of New York, Is now
issuing a new policy by which a man
may secure an income for his wife
and also for himself. An advertising
announcement regarding it appears in
another column.
At 11:80 yesterday afternoon the
tire department was called to extinguish a fire at Vanstone's drug store.
The lire originated in the cllear and
was caused by an explosion of chemicals. Very little damage was done
and the lire was put out ithout the
aid of the department.
Rev. K. 1* rew received word from
President Rev. .LA. Logan this morning that the Sunday School convention of the Presbyteries of Kamloops
and Kootenay, to be held here October 17 and IS as announced in Tho
Miner yesterday, had been postponed
until October 21 and 35.
The mystery connected with the
death of Eva Moser, whose body was
found in a shack at the foot of Ward
Street on Monday night, was solved
this morning when Coroner Dr. Arthur held a post mortem examination.
lle discovered that her death had been
caused by pneumonia. Her remains
will be Interred In   the city cemetery.
Mrs.John Grant, of Helleivllc. Out..
who has been visiting friends in this
city for the pnst two weeks, left over
the Crow's Nest last night for home.
While in this city Mrs. Grant presided at the organ In the Roman Cuth-
ollc Church and will be missed both
by the choir and by the members of
the congregation.
Mr. William M. Phillips, late of
the Lick House. San Francisco. Cal.,
has arrived in Nelson to accept a position with Messrs. Emerson and Nee-
lands in "The Olliee" Mr. Phillips is
an expert in the business anil was engaged by Mr. Emerson while the latter was in San Francisco last summer.
Mr. Joseph llowson, who conducts
the fruit store adjoining the Nelson
Wine Co. 's store, wishes to state that
IiIb fruit stoie is not run as a cloak to
hide a gambling house. This statement, Mr. llowson feels he is called
upon to make because of the reference
in The Miner yesterday to certain
fruit stores in town in the rear of
which there arc gambling places.
The lawyers of Nelson who wired
Attorney-General Eherts, requesting
that the fall assizes be postponed owing to the nearness of the elections
received word this morning to the
effect that arrangements for post-
ponenicnt could not be made. Hoth
the lawyers of Nelson anil Rossland
wired hack at once asking that the
civil cases be postponed, No answer
to the last request had been received
at 3 o'clock.
The first dress rehearsal for "The
Mikado" was held last night and it
was entirely successful. The costumes
are strikingly handsome ami the different stage settings will be beautiful.
There will be no rehearsal tonight on
account of the firemen's entertainment. Another full dress rehearsal
will be held tomorrow night. The
sale of scats is still progressing well.
The following from the Spokane
Chronicle may be of interest to some
Nelson people: It was a sad looking
party of 20 people that was turned
away from the Spokane FallB& Northern train last night, hut at the same
time it was a much wiser ciowd.
The trouble was that they had purchased tickets from some scalper,
with the intention of going home at
half fare, or even less. The Great
Northern and Spokane Falls ,t Northern people have been watching developments of late, and came to the conclusion that they were being beaten
out of a good many big round dollars
during the exposition. The trouble is
that people will buy round trip tickets from some out-of-town place at a
greatly reduced rate on account of the
exposition, all roads having made
special inducements. On arriivng in
Spokane many want to remain and
accordingly dispose of their tickets to
scalpers, coming out alomst even. It
is claimed that in doing this people
will arrange to be Identified by the
depot ticket agent and atlix their signatures to their tickets, after which
the pasteboards will be turned over to
the scalper, who before night sells
them, the people buying not thinking
they will have to be identified on the
train as well as at the depot office,
and this was what brought the 20 people to grief last night.
balcony at the Opera House. Alba
lleywood and his company arrived in
Nelson this morning They are pleased with Nelson and feel confident that
they will make many friends here
with their entertainment tonight.
Electric Lights May be Turned
on  For   Use   This
There is a possibility of tlie electric
llgts being turned on at 7 o'clock this
evening. The work upon tho dam
will be completed this aftornoon to
the level of the to]) of the former dam
anil if sufficient water collects in
time, every light in the city will be
on tonight. If there is not sufficient
water to run the plant this evening,
the light will be turned on without
fail tomorrow evening.
Above the present crib work the
dam will be raised eight feet by timber. This will he completed in a week.
It is the intention then to remove the
rubbish and sediment which has collected in the bed of the creek just
above the dain. This will require several weeks and will entail considerable expense. It is said that there
will be a sufficient water supply without the removal of this material. The
cost of the repairing of the dam was
placed at 83,500 but now it is said
that it will   be less than this amount.
An "At Home," under tlie auspices
of the Ladies' Aid of the Presbyterian
Chuerh, for the purpose of tendering a
reception to the pastor, Kev. Robert
Frew, will be held at the church at S
o'clock this evening. An interesting
programme has been prepared and a
pleasant evening is expected. The
programme is as follow.
Duet. Messrs. Grizzelle and Kydd;
duet. Mr. and Mrs. Murray ; solo, Mr.
Chadbouru; solo, Miss Sutcliffe; solo,
Mr. McAdams; solo. .Mr. Kydd. An
address of welcome will be read by
Dr. Arthur. Refreshments will b��
served by,the ladies of the congregation. Members of the congregation
and their friends are extended a cordial invitation.
Second Fatal Clash Between
Union and Non-Union
Coal Miners.
Hazelton, Pa., Oct. 10.���The second
fatal clash between striking mine
workers and the non-union men, occurred early this morning at Oneida
Colliery in Schuylkill County, 12
miles from here, when a policeman
was shot and Instantly killed, and another policeman and a striker dangerously wounded, in addition to about a
dozen of the employes of the colliery
who were badly injured by being
stoned by strikers. The dead man is
Ralph Mills of Heaver Meadow. Geo.
Keller of Heaver Meadow, is in the
miners' hospital with a bullet ill his
head. The striker wounded is Joseph
Llpko, of Shepton, shot through the
I.   ii".
Only a I'cw Seats Left For the Alba
lleywood Show.
There are only a few seats left for
the Alba lleywood entertainment at
the Opera House tonight and those
who have not procured them should
turn up early this evening. The band
has been engaged to play during the
early part of the evening from the
| NEW BLACK                                |
| Dress Ms  I
tx; French Crepe^Cloth, a great bargain,  at.                H
C: per yard , 7 __     3
�� French Wool Creponne, at, per yard,...                   3
�� 900. $150. 2 00, 9._ft 1
|E French Silk and Wool   Mixed  Creponne,           '      3
�� al, per yard '. .SJJ.Ofj   3
jr French Silk Creponne, finest  quality,   at,                  ^
�� Per. yard $55() 3
��_ Black Satin  Victoria,   smooth   finish,  al.                  3
jr per yard 750   3
�� Black Mosquiveittc,   satin  finish,   at,   per
ti yard 75C and * ].()() 3
These goods are all bright and new, being  this 3
�� fall's importations,and this is   the  last   opportunity  3
tz. you will have to secure them at the above prices.        3
Hume.���M. Smith, Winnipeg; N. K.
Auld, Waterford; Charles Plowman,
Kaslo; P. McLean, Kaslo; II. L.
Snowies, Vancouver; Wiley Akers.
Nome, Alaska; G. II. Karnhart,
Ymir; Mrs. E. J. Kelt, Miss C. G.
Bennett, Slocan; W. Deane, Kamloops, G. S. Mackenzie, Greenwood.
Phair.���J. W. Sniythe, Greenwood;
Alba lleywood, Gustave I'lirch, Gertrude Monroe, E. Cole. 1 ley wood's Opera Company: P. J. Kinucane, Greenwood; Col." Foster, Ottawa; Robert
Bell, Salmo; L. Pratt, Spokane.
Visit Florence Park Hotel at Roberts' Kanch. two and a half miles up
the river.  W. M. Roberts, proprietor.
FOR SALE.���Two good business
lots in the town of Phoenix, 50 feet
frontage, original cost 81,000; will
sell for the same figure on the following terms: One-third cash, balance in
six and twleve months. Address,
F. II. H., P. O. Hox 198, Nelson, B.C.
STENOGRAPHER and Typewriter,
Mansfield Manufacturing Co.'i
Olliee, north side of Haker Street, be
tween Stanley and Kootenay Streets
Dictation called for. Legal work a
Are Yon Right?
You can be .sure of your minute*
if you provide yourself with one
of   our   accurate    and    reliable
Don't run���f.et a good watch to
run for you,
Manufacturing Jewelers.
H. & M. BIRD
Agent, lor Eureka rilnrmi Wool and
Asbestos  Co.
Insurance Co. of North America, Mutual Llfo
Insurance Co., of New York, Quebec
Fire Assurance Go.
50 ft. on Mill   Street..'. 8   500
50 ft. on   Victoria  Street,   easy
terms       500
25 ft. on   Victoria   Street,   easy
terms      2MI
BO ft. corner on Stanley Street..     050
IS ft. Victoria Street, west      llflo
'0 ft. Vernon Street,   west   1,800
8-Roomed   House   on   Carbonate
Street g2r, nil
7-Bootned   House.   Park   Street,
close to Haker Street  30 Ol)
7-ltoomcd House on Mill Street, SB (III
H-Koomed House.Hume Addition 20 00
Furnished House on observatory
Street   35 00
Gamble & O'Reilly
Baker Street
Real Estate and Insurance Agents.
(i-Roomed House and Until Room
together with Kitchen Kango
complete with hot and cold
water, Observatory St., Magnificent view,   rent  including
water rates  wS-'.r,.00
B-Eoomed   House  corner   Cedar
and Carbonate Streets .820.00
5-Roomed House Hume AddltionSlB.OO
l-Roomed Cottage Gore St 812.SO
ll-Roomed House Corner Mill    &
Hall Sts., from Nov.    1st 830.00
Rents collected. Loans made. Agents
lliitlsh Columbia Permanent Loan &
Savings Company.
Martin O'Reilly
To Our Customers
...AND THE...
Public in General.
il/ vi/ iii
WE having this day disposed of our Business, lo Messrs.
Win. Hunter & Co., we bespeak for them a continuance of that very liberal share of patronage which has been extended US during our business career in Nelson. We can only
assure you that those traits which has built up for us and maintain
the reputation for Honest and Reliable Dealings, will be continued throughout by the new linn. We therefor* take great
pleasure in recommending them to all our old customers, and
also to as many new ones as may honor them with their patronage.    Thanking you one and all for past favors, we are
The Western Mercantile Co., Ltd.
�� To the Public.
g Hav|ng this day taken over the Business of The Western
���*��3 Mercantile Company, Limited of Nelson, we beg  to  ask  for a
r^s continuance of the patronage  which   you   have  heretofore  ex-
���S tended to them.    Our aim will be at all   times  to  supply  you
ig with Ihe best goods at lowest possible prices; being in  a  posi-
'���_ ''on ,0 'H|y R00t'sm larger quantities than any firm in the
|*g Kootenays, we will therefore give you the benefit of the margin.
v3 The same staff which has waited on you   in   the   past   will
r^s continue to do so, aud they will spare no pains in   making the
-^ dealings both pleasant and profitable to  you.    To  those who
���.g have not honored tlie retiring firm with a share of their patron-
���_^ age, we would ask you to come and have at least a trial order
|g? when you will be convinced our prices are the lowest,   and 0UI
���g goods are tbe best.
Wm   Hunter & Co.
Successor to
The Western Mercantile Co., Ltd.
Staple   ai)d   Fanct)   Groceries.
NELSON, 13. C.
Provincial Board of Health
Regulations lor the Detection and
Treatment ol a Disease Known^as
Bubonic Plague.
Approved by Order of Ills   Honor tho
Lieutenant - Governor -Jln-Councll,
Dated the Oth Day   of   September,
1. All sick Chinese or Japanese must
send or give notice of their illness to
the Health Officer Or Police Constable
in the district where such Chinese or
Japanese reside.
2. Physicians in iittendance'on sick
Chinese or Japanese shall notify the
Health Officer or Chairman of the Loeal Hoard of Health of Municipalities:
or if in an outlying district, the (iov-
ernnient Agent must be notified. Such
notification should state the cause of
illness and the condition of .the glands
throughout the body of the sick person and should be delivered to the
Health Ollicer, Chairman of the Loeal
Hoard of Health or Government Agent,
as the' case may be, at the earliest
possible opportunity.
8. In City Municipalities the Medical Health Olliee shall be notified
within six hours of the death of any
Chinese or Japanese, by the person oil
whose premises such death occurred,
or by some relation or person having
charge of the person so dying.
4. In Rural Municipalities the Medical Health Ollicer, or Chairman or
Secretary of the Local Hoard of Health
must be notified within six hours of
sueh deaths, and in outlying districts
the Government Agent  or Provincial I
Constable snaiT Be notified within
twelve hours after such death, or M
soon after as possible. Certificates ai
to the cause of death must bo llgBW
by the health ollicer In mnnleltalHW
and in outlying districts by the0oy-
crnineiit Agent, or some person ����')
authorised by liira,
5. Any person violating any provision of these regulations.sliall waj
able upon summary conviction before
any two Justices' of the fence, f��
every such offense, to a fine note*'
feeding one hundred  dollars, witn w
without costs,   or   to  Imprls ��'"''
with or  without  hard  labor,  for"
term not exceeding six months, or
both line   and   Imprisonment,
discretion of the convicting court,
Secretary Provincial Board of HcalUI.
Hy Command,
.1. l). PRENTICE,
Provincial Secretary'
Victoria, II. C., September Btli
Gee Can Fit You.
lie has  one of   the   best   and hv.
Kill 1 and Winter stocks In
the Province.
A. GEE, Merchant Tailor
Opposite Queen's  Hotel,
Haker Street,
Our Fresh Roasted OoffeeBeslof
Quality, as follows 1
Java nail Arabian Moelin. per poiiml ������
Java anil Mocha Ulonil, 3 pound"	
Kinll Santos, 4 pounds  	
Santos Ulonil. 6 pounds'.....	
Our  EpoolidllHid, II pounds	
Oar llfo Roast, <i pounds' '
Salesrooms: .
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