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 Daily Edition No. 894
Nelson,   British Columbia. Monday Evening,   November 26,  1900.
Eleventh  Year
POWERS REACH   Prc
A SETTLEMENT
Diplomatic Body In Pekln at
Last Comes to an
Agreement,
Germany Will Have to Come
Down In  Her Demands.
Pekin,   Nov.   25.���Tho     diplomatic
body held a final   meeting thia mo.n-
ing and agreed   ou   the terms   of   the
preliminary treaty.    Nothing now remains except to secure tbe approval of
the respective Governments before defi-
; nite   negotiations   with   tbe  Chinese
I commissioners are begun. Tbe precise
' terms of settlement have not been published here but it is believed   outside
1 the  diplomatic  corps that   the  main
points  are   in substantial   agreement
with   those  contained in  the   French
note to thu  powers,   namely, punishment for   the   guilty,    indemnity   to
Governments and   individuals,   retention of strong guards, and tbo occupation of certain points between   Pekin
nnd Taku.    A   party of American cavalry went today to  disperse a band of
bandits   in   a   village   10   miles from
Pekin.    The village was found strongly fortified but the Americans captured it, killing seven Chinese.   A secret
edict from Sian Fu to  the   Provincial
Viceroy's  Governors,   orders  them to
; eease tbe manufacture of modern arms
and to revert to the old type of weap-
fons because modern arms h_ve proved
' utterly jjscless against the foreigners.
Cldl
turing sia ..
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1 '"'Mtiahq  and cap-
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London, Nov. 21!.���The Shanghai
correspondent of The Times telegraphs that advices from Pekin say
that the United eStates have refused to
join in thu demand for tho execution
of tbo Princes and other high oflicials.
ALL ABOARD PERISHED.
London, Nov. 2(i.���Mild satisfaction
is expressed in the London papers this
morning at the news that the diplomats in Pekin have arrived at a preliminary understanding, but no great
confidence seems to be felt that any
real step haB been made in the endless
negotiations. It is recognized that
there is little for Germany to do but
to concede, wherever the United States
and Russia agree.
The Standard says: "It is hardly
possible for Germany to keep "out,
deeply offended as she is, if the United States, Russia, France and Japan
are disposed to moderation. Our Iierlin correspondent believes that Germany is prepared to waivo the death
penalty."
"The foreign envoys have agreed to
demand," says a special despatch from
Pekin, "an extension of the legation
area so as to embrace everything from
the Ha Tu Men gate to the Tsin Men
gate between the wall of the Imperial
and the Tartar cities, a strip a mile
long and a third of a milo wide. M.
C. Dcgiers, Russinn, has declined to
yield on tbe indemnity question and
some kind of a verbal compromise lias
lieen arranged."
The morning Post publishes the
following from its Pekin correspondent, dated Saturday; "Wang Wen
Chap, now a Cabinet Minister, has
���written to Sir Robert Hart from Sian
Fu that Emperor Kwang Su would be
glad to return to Pekin but that His
Majesty would 'lose his face' if foreign troops were there,"
The Tien Tsin correspondent of Tbo
Standard asserts that:   "The Russian
���volte-face  dates from   the  Czar's illness."
Shanghai Bends another batch of reports from Chinese sources. Among
these is a rumor that the allies have
reached Wai Hai Fu, :il)0 miles east of
Sian Fu and are proceeding westward. Another iB that tbe Tao Tai of
Chu Chan Ku, in the province of Chinese Kiang has boen dismissed and 1(1
ringleaders of missionary murders
have been captured; a third 6ays that
a Chinese oflicial has arrived at the
capital of the Province of Mu Nan
with orders to brganize a military
force of 50,000 men (Boxers).
The Shanghai correspondent of The
Daily Express wires that the Russians
are assuring the Chinese that the
Amur massacres were really repugnant to the Russian oflicials, but were
carried out under orders of Count Von
WalderBee.
Berlin, Nov. 25.���The Lokal Tuzei-
ger publishes a despatch from Pekin
saying that a force of German cavalry
attacked a detachment of the Chinese
Imperial troops trader Oeneral Mi and
Admiral Ho between Sun Hu and Hua
Steamer Stolaf Sank in the St. Lawrence River.
Quebec, Nov. 20.���The steamer Stolaf, coasting between this port and
Esquimau- Point, in the lower St.
Lawrence, has been wrecked off Seven
Islands and all on board perished���111
of the crew and seven passengers.
The Stolaf left here on Sunday morning a week ago on her last trip to Esquimaux Point, carrying Government
mails, passengers, and a In .go cargo.
All apparently went well on the way
down, and the steamer left immediately on her return to   this port.
The last news beard of the Stolaf
until Saturday morning was that she
left Sheldrake on Wednesday. Shortly after this the signal station dispatches reported rough weather, with
gales of wind and snow, and it is
supposed that during o_e of these
gales the Stolaf ran ashore on one of
tbo rocks at tbe entrance of the Seven
Islands, as a dispatch states that she
was wrecked ou Haute Island.
The ollieers and crew of the Stolaf
are: P. T, Leinaistre, captain; Louis
Caron, first mate; Charles Boudreau,
second mate; F. T. Velt, purser; Joseph T. Remblay, steward ; Joseph Roy,
cook; Arthur Lemaire, Joseph Gauth-
ier, Sam Doyle, William Blaney, seamen; A. Vignautte, lamp trimmer;
Joseph Asenau, cabin boy; Gus La-
fleur, messroom boy ; Eugene Bolan-
ger, chief engineer, James Brunnell,
second engineer; William Bolanger,
third engineer; Oudin Cormier, John
Gagne and Thomas Doyle, firemen.
The passengers- l.-��iw G-nnn, of
Pantecost, Joseph Bacon, Clarence
Bond, Jeremie Chine, Michael Maher,
Marshal Boynton, Miss Marie Page
Thunder River. The letter's body has
been founl
FOOLHARDY   CHALLENGE.
Mayor of Havana Actually Wants to
Fight a Newspaper Man.
Havana, Nov. 20.���Tt is said that
General Rodriguez, Mayor of Havana,
has challenged Senor San Mignel, editor of La Lucha, to fight a duel in
consequence of an alleged libellous article attacking the integrity of tho
Mayor's office. General Rodriguez
has named Senor Alaenan as his second. La Lucha published a statement
today that it had no intention of attacking the character of the Mayor.
Both parties deny that tho matter will
be carried any furtber.but the friends
of both say that the donial is only a
ruse to put the police oil' thu scent.
INAUGURATE
NEW SYSTEM
A Roundabout but Quicker
Route to Spokane Now
Utilized.
Work at the G.P.R. Yards In
Nelson Progressing
Rapidly.
The new time service on the Spokane Walls and Northern was inaugurated yesterday morning. At present
the Alberta is taking the place of the
steamer Kaslo and the survice is somewhat slower than it will be when the
Kaslo is repaired. At present the International leaves the City wharf at
7.^, m. each day and arrives at 5:30.
When the Kaslo takes the route the
boat will.leave here at 7:30 a. m. and
will arrive at 4:30 p. m. There will
be a train each way daily, under the
following schedule: Leave Spokane at
0:25 a. m., arrive at Bonner's Ferry
at 11:15 a. m., Kuakanook at 1:10 p.
m., Kaslo at 4 p. m.. Sandon at 0:45,
and Nelson nt 4:30 p. m. Returning,
the train will leave Sandon at 0:30 a.
m., Nelson at 7:30 a. m., arrive at
Kaslo at 8:30 a. in., Kuskonook at
11:40 a. m., Bonner's Ferry at 3:20
p. m. and Spokane at 0:15 p. m.
There will also be an important
change in tho schedule of the regular
morning train out of Spoknae over the
S. F. &. N. for Nelson and Rossland,
B.C., This train will leave Spokane
at 8 a. m., instead of 10:30 as formerly. It will arrive at Northport at
1:10 p.   m.,   Rossland   at 3:10 p.   m.,
������j ��.��--_ ���  t-����� r- ���    ���-. ��
the train will let^ve Rossland at 11:50
a. in. and Nelson at 7:50 a. m., arriving at Northport at 1 p. m. and Spokane at 0:40 p. m., instead of 7:05  p.
, under the former schedule. This
train will be daily. The night train
will leave Spokane one hour earlier,
that is, at 9:45 p. m., instead of 10:45
p. m., arriving at Northport at 4:15
a. m., and Rossland at 7 a. m. Returning, leave Rossland at 11 p. m.
and arrive in Spokane at 7 a.m. Ibis
train will have no connection for
Nelson.
SOME MEETINGS
OF THE CAMPAIGN
Itineraries of the Candidates
For the Next Ten
Days.
There Will Be a Big Meeting
Here on   Saturday
Night.
DON'T WANT THE BISHOP. '
Havana, Nov. 20.���At a meeting
held at Havana by opponents of Mgr.
Sbarrotti, Bibhop of Havana, General
Gomez presented a resolution that all
the municipalities should send the
bishop telegrams informing him that
be was not wanted by the Cubans, and
asking him to retire in favor of a Cuban ecclesiastical. All the speakers accused Mgr. Sbarrotti of being too much
of an American in his point of view
aud of favoring annexation to the
United States.
HORSES FOR SOUTH AFRICA.
New York, Nov. 20.���Morses to the
number of 50,000 are to be purchased
in this country in the next six months
by agonts of the British Government
for the use of Lord Kitchener's forces
in policing the Transvaal and Orange
Free State. This news has been announced by John S. Bratton, of St.
Louis, who supplied directly and indirectly to the British Army in tho
last two years many horses suitable
for cavalry use.
TROUBLE OVER AN ISLAND.
Constantinople, Nov. 20.���A difll-
eulty has arisen between Germany
and Turkey. The Ottoman Government objects to Germany using the
Farsan island in the Red Sea as a
coaling station and wishes to establish there a.dcpot accessible to all the
powers. Germany, however, Insists
that Bhe will not  abandon the island.
The officials of the C. P. R., and
more especially those of the freight
department, are exceedingly btiBy
these days. During the storm which
prevailed last week the freight traffic was practically stopped and now
it is being rushed forward in large
quantities.
The pontoon to be used in connection with the slip at Procter has been
finished at the local shipyards and removed to 1 .oeter. It was installed
on Saturday and is giving satisfaction.
Owing to the weather now being
warmer, the work at the new yards
of the C. P. R. la being pushed rapidly. Today tbe boiler furnishing steam
for the roundhouso is being put into
place and the work there will be completed In the near future The freight
sheds, new station and coal pockets
are being put together readily. If tho
weather continues warm the improve
monts will be completed sooner than
was expected, as a larger number of
men have been put to work.
A tunnel about 1,000 feet long is under consideration on tho Crow's Nest
Pass line, to do away with the loug
loop near Fernie, B. C.
Sir Charles Tupper will open the
Conservative cnnipaign in Rossland tonight. Hon. Richard MoBrlde, Minister of Mines, will also speak at the
meeting.
A partial list of the coming meetings throughout Yale-Cariboo and tho
names of somo of the speakers are appended -.
Monday, Nov. 20.���Rossland���Hon.
Sir Charles Tupper and Hon. R. Me-
Brido.   Revelstoke���John McKane.
Tuesday, Nov. 27, Greenwood���Hon.
Sir Charles Tupper and Hon. T.Mayne
Daly.  Slocan City���Jonn McKane.
Wednesday, Nov. 28���Grand Forks���
Hon. Sir Charles Tupper and Hon. T.
Mayno Daly. Silverton, (afternoon)
���John McKane. New Denver, (evening)���John McKane.
Thursday, Nov. 211���Sandon���Hon.
Clarke Wallace and John McKane.
Friday, Nov. 30.���Kaslo���Hon.
Clarke Wallace and John McKane.
Saturday, Dec. 1.���Nelson���Hon. Sir
Charles Tupper, Hon. Clarke Wallace
and John McKane.
Monday, Doc.3.���Trail���Hon. Clarke
Wallace and lion. T. Mayne Daly.
Tuesday, Dec. 4.���Rossland���Hon.
Clarke Wallace and John McKane.
Interviewed by Tlio juner in Kossland, Sir Charles Tupper said: "I
take g.cat Interest in the political
contests which are now in progress in
Yale-Cariboo and Burrard. This is so
because _ consider these contests the
most important that have ever taken
place in Canadu, as they will constitute the independent expression of
opinion of one of tbo most important
sections of Canada as to what is
thought of tho position of the piesent
Government. I will do all that I can,
therefore, to secure the return of the
Conservative candidates in these two
constituencies. I consider that Canada is as deeply concerned in these
contests as the Province of British Columbia."
and was just in timo to jump Into
his compartment as the train moved
out of tho station. The ducal party,
Including three Miss Evans, aunts of
the bride, arrived in cabs a. quarter
of an hour before the train started.
Simultaneously with them came Sheriff Lawrence's state carriage. The
public aud the railway officials mistook tbo latter for the conveyance of
the duke and duchess and their cabs
passed almost without notice. The
duke was attired in a blue flannel suit
with tan shoes and a shaggy Scotch
traveling cap, and the bride woro a
long astrakhan cloak. The duke and
duchess had their first interview yesterday with the dowager duchess, who
was quite ill. Their reception was
most cordial and in the evening there
was a family dinner at thro home of
Mrs. Lister-Kaye, aunt of the duke.
The duke explained that the ceremony in the Murylebone Church was
regarded more iu the light of a legal
contract than a wedding,which he expected would be more fully Bolemnlz-
ed at St. Thomas, New York. "We
are glad," said he, "to return to the
United States.and I am sailing.by the
American line, you see, for I must
now pattern after the Americans, and
a very good pattern I have always
found it. Our plans depend upon Mr.
-eirauierraann's arrangements. I hopo
to go to Cincinnati and thence to
Florida or California and to return
here in February. 1 sever myself
from tbe past without regret and
start for the United States full of hope
for the future."
A HORSE ON
MR. BALDWIN
COAL IN ALASKA.
Finds it Costly to Show That
He Owns a Certain
Animal.
The Outcome of the Incident
of the Horse and the
Hole.
FOR A  RAINY DAY.
OaraoaB, Venezuela,   Nov.   20.-
-The
Venezuelan Government has received
fiom Germany 10,000 Mauser rifles and
3,000,000 cartridges.
TOOK IT SERIOUSLY.
Portland, Oregon, Nov. 20.���A special to The Oregonian from Jacksonville, Oregon, says: "G. W. Traynor
last night shot and killed J. Harden-
brook, and then killed hlmeslf. Ilar-
denbrook was engaged to be married
to Miss Sarah L. Beson, a sister of
Mis. Traynor, but Traynor objected
to the match, and it Is said had
threatened Hardenbrook'B life. last
night about 11 o'clock Miss Bcson,
Hardenbrook and Mrs. Traynor, wero
sitting around the flro when Traynor
walked out on the porch and a few
moments later a bullet came crashing
through the window. It struck Hardenbrook in the head and he died In
an hour. Traynor was fouud shortly
afterwards near the house with two
bullets in bis head."
IN THE LIBERAL CAMP.
Mr. Galllher's friends feel rather
sore that the opposition press should
accept Mr. McKane's charge that the
former signed a petition against the
eight-hour law as truu, In face of Mr.
Galllher's denial. They style Mr.
McKane's telegram to the local papers
as a cheap bluff, in that he knew it
was Impossible for Mr. Galliher to be
in Kamloops without giving up the
test of his tour, while Mr. McKane,
who bad just gone north, could easily
have been present at ono of Mr. Galli-
her's meetings further west. Mr.
Gallihcr was in Kelowna on Saturday
and is coining homo via the Boundary
and Rossland. When he arrives he will
put an end to these accusations, notwithstanding the fact that when his
telegram of denial was read at Kamloops, Mr. McKane so far forgot himself as to practically call Mr. Galliher
a liar. Tho local Liberals state that
a conclusive refutation Is forthcoming, and aro eagerly awaiting Mr.
Galllher's arrival when he will confound his opponents.
A FOGEY MEETING.
A mass meeting in the interest of
the Labor candidate, Mr. Christopher
Foley, will be hold at the Opera House
a week from this ovenlng. Mr. Foley
and some of his enthusiastic supporters will be present and deliver ad-
d resses.
Mr. James Wilks, who is holding
meetings In the Boundary, in tho interests of Mr. Foley, is meeting with
success. He Is expected to return to
Nelson tomorrow or Wednesday.
Important Industry Will Open There
in the Spring.
Minneapolis, Minn., Nov. 20.���A
special to The Times from Washington says: Coal outeroppings have
been traced 15 miles along Cbigniky
Bay, 325 miles this side of Unimak
Pass,   Alaska.    Claims  covering    the
"���--'    ..--<���     -��     tbe     vast     deposits
bave    uceu    _.��__-- ��� ~    ���        r
ployed by the Magnan. The manager of the Appolo Gold Mines at
Unga, Bays the veins uncovered to
date are four and a half, tive and nine
feet th'CK, comprising excellent lignite and bituminous coal. In the
spring diamond drills will be employed to determine tbe depth and continuity of tho deposits and development
will commence on a largo scale. The
veins are situated near tidewater
and only livo miles distant is a sheltered harbor where steamers or sailing vessels can load in safety. The
deposits are so largo as to make certain a supply for Alaskan townB
alone will affect the Pacific
coal supply.
THE CZARS HEALTH.
Bcaders of The Miner will remember
that last week a horse fell through a
remarkably small hole in the rear of
D. McArthur & Co. 's morgue. On the
way through it left some of its iiido
Bticking to the sides of the hole. For
four days the horse occupied the excavation and had a generally good time
at the expense of the City,represented
by Chief of Police Jarvis, who saw
that it lacked nothing In tho way of
hay, oats, and water. On Saturday
after considerable trouble, the animal
was induced to leave its quarters and
again get up to .the level of Its fellow equines. As gross carelessness
was displayed in tho treatment of the
horse C. Dease was summoned to attend the Police Court this morning
and answer to the charge of cruelty
to animals. As the case proceeded
Mr. Dease called Myron Baldwin as a
witness and Mr. Baldwin deposed
that the defendant was not the owner
of the horse, as he (Baldwin) had
purchased it on the Wth Instant. The
Chief promptly swore out an information against Mr. Baldwin, who was
fined 825 and costs.
But that was not all the trouble
Mr. Baldwin had with the unfortu-
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drive a team, of which this particular
beast was one half. But it was no go.
The horses balked in a very gay
manner and it required foui hours to
make them go one mile. During these
four hours they backed into street car
and played havoc generally. Mr.
Baldwin became'disgusted and turned
the horses loose with the disastrous
results mentioned above.
This
Coast
The Latest Bullletin Shows a Distinct
Improvement.
I.ividu, Not.80.���The following bul
letin regarding tlie Czar's condition
has been issued: "Tho Emperor passed a good day yesterday. Ho was able
to sleep a little and had somo perspiration. At 3 o'clock in; the afternoon
his temperature was DS dg., pulse 73.
His Majesty passed a good night. He
perspired profusely. This morning the
patient's condition waB very satisfactory. At tl o'clock his temperature
was 90.9, pulse 7(1. In tbe general
course of his illncsB a distinct improvement is observed.
THE BATTLESHIP AN ARGUMENT
New York, Nov. 20.���Tho Constantinople cot respondent of tho Berliner
Tagehlatt, Bays a Herald dispatch
from Berlin, says that the reason why
the Porto refused an exequatur to the
newly appointed I'nited States Consul
at Ilnrpoot is because when a missionary he showed himself unfriendly
to the Turks and Bpread untrue stories
about massacres. The Consul, however, in spito of the deelsion of the
Porte, will leave for Harpoot to take
up his new duties. As the American
battleship Kentucky is on her way to
Smyrna, It is extremely probablo that
the Porte will give way.
SPANISH CHAPLAIN   INSANE.
Attempts to Murder the Senior Chaplain of the Madrid Garrison.
Madid, Nov.20.���While five military
chaplains were walking on Saturday
evening on Aliata Street another
chaplain named Florida met them.
The latter immediately drew a revolver and tired at the otberB, wounding
one of them named Valensuela. Florida then committed suicide by shooting himself in the bead. It is stated
that the other four lied in different directions. Valensuela, who is senior
chaplain of the Madrid garrison, was
able to entor a cab and was driven to
an ambulance station. Florida was
suffering with the delusion that he
was being persecuted. Ills strange
conduct compelled Valensuela to reprimand him frequently.
DUKE LIKES   YANKEE WAYS.
Manchester   and   Bride, With   Three
Aunts-ln-Law, Coming Over.
London, Nov. 20.���The  last   person
to   board   the   train for Southampton
at the Waterloo  station this morning
was the Duke of Manchester, who had
J a great deal of  baggage to attend to
MEETING OF PAULIAMENT.
Ottawa, Nov. 20���The prospects are
decidedly favorable, it is said, for
Parliament being called the lirst week
in February, or third or fourth week
in January.       ^^^^__
REWARDING A HBBOIHB.
Berlin, Nov. 20.���It is reported that
Emperor    William
Queen of Portug
for her heroism
SOLD THE BUSINESS.
Toronto, Nov. 20.���The eBtate of the
late James Simpson has sold the folder and time table display and distil-
button business carried on by him
throughout Eastern Canada for many
years, to the recently organized Hallway and Steamship Folder Display
Co., of which Acton Burrows, formerly of Winnipeg, has been appointed
manager, in addition to his other
duties.
DO NOT AGREE.
New York, Nov. 20.���A Washington
despatch to The World, says. "Mil-
Ister Conger will piobably return to
the United States. His relations with
the Administration have not been
harmonious since the relief of Pekln.
Mr. Conger advocates measures which
the President regards as too radical
and has not taken kindly to the fact
that his views have not been endorsed
at Washington.
has offered the
il a life saving medal
in rescuing
fisher
man, named Catalao,
recently, at Caracas
from   drowning
AN ARTILLERY CURE.
Rome, Nov. 20.���An international
congress attended by one thousand
delegates assembled ia Rome yesterday
to discuss the use of cannon to prevent hail which ts so destructive to
crops. The theory Is that firing cannon into tho air would have the effect
of breaking up rain clouds.
| Nelson Daily Miner, Monday Evening, November 26, 1900
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The Golden correspondent of The
Outcrop, published at Cantebury, B.
C, says: "W. A. Galliher, the Liberal candidate, when here last week
donated 810 to the nospital. " Rather an expensive proposition, this running from Parliament.
When Sir Charles Tupper visits Nelson this week, he sliould receive a
warm welcome from all classes of citizens. This is the last fight of his
long political career, and he should
carry away from Nelson only tbe
kindest recollections of his treatment
here.
Speaking at St. John a few days ago
Mr. Blair said, in explanation and excuse, that "When the Quebec voters
havo found the Conservatives press of
other Provinces teeming with insults
against them, is it likely they would
act any differently than we would
have done?" No, it is not likely. A
people with any spirit, when insulted, will resent the insult, and no ono
can say that French-Canadians are
without spirit,especially of race. But
in its close reading of Conservative
papers The Miner has failed to notice
any thing like insult to .th_..Quebgc
nunciation of Mr. Tarte nnd of the hypocrisy of Sir Wilfrid Laurier, but it
has never been established that these
two gentlemen constitute the French-
Canadian race. It is quite untrue to
say that insults havo been offered to
the Quebec voters, but alarmed at the
passions that have been raised tbe
Liberal leaders feel obliged to hide behind the pretence that there have
been.
MR. DEANE EXPLAINS.
Says He is Not Yet in Receipt of Any
Salary.
Editor Miner:
Sir,���I notice in your issue of Wednesday, Nov. 21st, a reference to myself which is innecurate. I feel sure
you will gladly give mc the justice of
stating tho facts as they are. You
state that as secretary to the Mongolian Commission. I am in receipt of a
large salary, and you procoed to criticise my conduot in taking part in the
election now in progreBB in Yale and
Cariboo. Permit me to inform you
that I am not in receipt of a salary,
large, or otherwise, as secretary to
the commission. In my capacity as
secretary of the commission I havo
dono certain work, preliminary to tho
sitting of the commission, for this
work I expect to be paid. Just now
and until such time as replies to the
circulars I have sent out, and the ma
chinery 1 have set in motion to get at
all the facts in connection with the
immigration of Chinese and Japanese
into British Columbia,produce the desired result, there is practically nothing I can do in connection with tne
commission,and consequently lam not
drawing any salary, neither am I receiving one cent from the Dominion
Government in any other shape.
I did not ask to be appointed secretary to the commission, and I would
not act in that capacity if it were to
interfere at all with my rights as an
elector to work for the political principles I believe to be most conducive
to the welfare of British Columbia.
The Mongolian Commission should
be a non-partisan proceeding. Every
British Columbian, no matter what
his political views may be, is directly
concerned in this question, and it is
with this conception of the work that
I haveundertaken the duties of secre
taty. I would not accept any position that would prevent me from e_-
eicising my rights as a citizen to actively work for the political party
with which I am in sympathy.
F. J. DEANE.
Kamloops, Nov. 23.
Mayor Garden of Vancouver is evidently giving the Maxwell forces a
bad scaring, as the Liberals have cut
down their estimated majority from
500 to 200 and now demand oven money in betting, where a week ago they
were offering two to one. The presence of Sir Charles Tupper and N.
Clarke Wallace at Vanoouver has had
a very good effect on the Conservatives, who are putting up one of the
best fights of the campaign. The Liberals would scarcely be unwise euough
to send for Mr. Tarte to help them.
Sir Wilfrid Laurier's "sunny ways"
might shed light in the Maxwell
camp, but the fiery '.ittle Minister of
Public Works would only provoke racial feeling and help to swell the Conservative majority. Mr. Tarto's loyalty to his "beloved France" is not the
kind of loyalty British Columbians
want in a Minister of tbe Crown. But
Mr. Maxwell and Mr. Galliher wish
the electors to send thorn to Ottawa to
support him nnd his French majority.
FREE
To the Public.
address and we will mail you
one of our artistic Christmas
Business Cards.
Patenaude   Bros.,
Hyacinth
Glasses...
Plant your Hyacinth
Bulbs in a glass. They
grow better and look
prettier in a glass than
in common clay pots.
Hyacinth Glasses 9
inches high, assorted
colors���
25 cents each.
Post-Office Store
Canada drug &
BOOK CO.
GREAT NORTHERN
RAILWAY.
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Prepare For Winter
A good old fashioned cold winter is predicted. Be ready for it
by buying strong, solid, dependable footwear���the kind that will
protect you from the rain, snow,
and ice.
We can supply your wants, at
prices to suit you.
LILLIE BROS.
The Shoeists
WWVWtWW.^^,.VW.^��,.VW^^TwW.r^WW*<
HEATING STOVES
For wood or hard or soft eoal.
The   largest   line   carried   by
any firm in Canada.
NONE BETTER.
80LIDIVESTIBULED TRAINS.
PALA0E DINING AND OBSERVATION
OAJBS.-MEALSalaOABTE.
Close connection East and Westbound at Spokane withtrains of the
trains of the Spokane Falls and Northern Railway.
Direct connection nt St. Paul without change of depot with all trains for
Chicago, Toronto. Montreal, New York
and nil points West nnd South.
Manufacturing JcWolf*-,
NELSON,     -     -     B.
C.
_*0*O*O4O*0*O40**O*0*O>��*0
At Brown's
The price buys not only the
article but satisfaction as well.
If any article bought here does
not give satisfaction, your
money will be cheerfully ri
funded.
j,__u_.e ti-iijr nei _j_3te iu_i.;kj a.m
Leaves Spokane daily for West at 7:45 p.m
West-bound trains make direct con[
nection for Victoria and Vancouver
Portland, San Francisco, and all point-
on the Sound.
During the season of navigation East
bound trains connect at Duhith with
the magnificent steamships North-West
and North-Land of theNorthern Steamship Company Line, operated in connection with the Great Northern Railway.
ior further information, maps, folders, etc., apply to any agent of Spokane
Falls Sz Northern Ky., Kaslo & Slocan
Ry., Kootei ai Railway Sz Navigation
Co., or to
F. I. WHITNEY.   H. A. JACKSON,
Uenl. Pass. & Tkt. Agt.   Com'cl Agt.
St. Paul, Min       Spokane. Wash
COOKING STOVES
1' Goo*   Cheer ''   Ranges   and
Cook Stove*.    A complete lino.
SOLE  AGENTS   FOR  THE  OELEBRATBD
COLE'S   HOT  BLAST  HEATERS.
Call and be convinced that th* ���aly plaee to buy
Stoves   and   Ranges  at   *_���   right   prices   Is   the
LAWRENCE HARDWARE CO.
P. BURNS & CO.
Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants
HEAD OFFICE NEL-MN, N. C
+m ����������������������
Branch Markets in Rowland, Trail, Nelson, Kaslo
Sandon, Three Forks, New Denver and Sloean City.
Order* by mail to any branch win have careful r��4 nromot attention.
West Kootenay Butcher Co.
AIJ,   KINDS OF
Fresh   and    -Salted   Heats
WHOLESALE  AND RETAIL
HUDSON'S m
COMPANY,,
_NCORPOR#��.W.t_70h
Blankets,,
" The warmest thing in
town " is the Hudson's Bay
Blanket. Made in Re_
White, and Blue.
IV* Point,
4    Point,
$7.00 per
$8.00 per
Paii
Wt also carry a full lint of
Canadian Blankets, in Wait.
and Colors, from $2.75 pet
pair up.
See our stock
chasing elsewhere
before pur-
Porto Rico Lumber
Co., Limited.
VARDS   AT   NBLBON AND   KOSS-AND
MILL AT PORTO WOO SIDING.
Fish and Poultry in Season
E.  C.   TRAVES.   Manager.
Baker Street, Nelson.
Orders by mail receive carefal and prompt attention
Merchants' Bank of Halifax
Capital I'-hl-iip.     .    .
Hoard of Dlnrlom
Incorporated ,869.
���1,MS,W*.M 1  �����������,
IF
There are nine moro working days
before tho eleotora of this conslitu-
rene-y go to the pollH to murk their
ballot- for the candidate of their
choice. During the pant week or ten
days the Conservatives huve gained ho
rapidly thut in both the Liberal and
Labor camps Mr. McK'une's chances
are considered good, and the other
candidates are turning their attention
to bini. Along the main lino of the
C. P. It. Mr. McKane stirred up great
enthusiasm, anil a large majority over
the other two is assured him there.
The Southern part of the constituency
will receive attention next.aiid reports
from   various points are to   the   etFeot
that the Conservative, ure confident of
victory. Stepping in at the eleventh
hour.uH he did. Mr.McKane is putting
' up a splondid fight with all his Highland Scotch energy, and the Con.erva-
tivcfl of Nelson sliould bestir themselves to see thut he is rewaided with
n largo vote here. The constituency
will not likely fail to take advantage
of tbe opportunity of sending a mining member to Ottawa.but in election
contests nothing must be taken for
granted. A lively campaign from
now until polling day will glvo Mr.
McKnnc a liundsunu majority, ;
BROWN    SAID
ITS RIGHT.
SO
T. H. BROWN
Jeweler
178 BA-KR -TK-KT, NKLSON.
Rough and
Dressed  Lumber,
nShingles, Mouldings.
A-l White Plae Lumber Always In
Stock.
Wo carry a conipluloe >c-k ofl'oftstFfoorlnir.
' 'ei I in,. In .1. .'iniHli, Tin noil Work, Sasli nnd
Door*.   BpMjal orelur work will rocelvo prompt
ille'iiliiier     Mllll , Hel.-I-      ee] 1. 1'. .1 .
.....    Hi.ion.txn.o
    Thomas K Kenny,  PrmMmt;   Tfawnas Ritchie. Vl��e-Preeldonl.
\Vi),y Smith. 11. O. linulil, Hon. H. 11. Fuller. M.L.C.. Ban. D��vM M-oKeoo.
Bead om>r, BalWui
General Manager, Eelson L Pease, Montreal.
Superintendent of limnclies. and Secntuy, W. B. Torraiiixi, Halifax.
lnspoctor, W. V. Brock, Halifax.
lnspoctor D. M. Stewart, Montroal.
Bran .hen t
Nova arolla-llalllax Branch, Antteonlsh, Brielgowatcr, IbiWh bondndo-rr, Lnnonbnnr
Mallliind (Hants Co.), I .ctou, Port Hawkcnbury, Hydasr. e_akaa���_n_t.. .rare Weymouth
Blew Bruneiwlcli-Italhunit. Dorchester, Frederieton, Kh,nwt�� (Kent Oa.), Monoton, New-
c-hUo, Snckvillc, Wfodslock. P. E. I.land- ('harlot tetawn. _m__i0-n__a. Quelicr ���Mon t rre-l
11 it j i mi,ei. Montreal. Went Red (Cor. Not r* Dame aad S.lc_��us St. t��t_); WaeUiioui     ~
Greene Avenue ai-d St. Catharines flt.r*__   __..__���_  ��-     ���������-r-
Cuba, Weat ladles- "
HUDSON'S
BAY
STORES.
Corner Baker and Stanley Street
NELSON, B. C.
ant (Cor.
Ba~iTSHi��B--__^^^
._,.     _. _. BBANCHB8 IN BRITISH COLUMBIA. '
Atlin, Bennett, Grand Forks, Nanaimo, Nelson, Rossland Van
conver, Vancouver East End, Victoria.
DRINK
THE BEST
_BEER
Anheusei-
Buscii
S_. Loliis
Lager
To be had wholesale nt Nt-laoa.
&
rorrrnpflnflrn Ia t
Merchant* Bank of Canada.   Rniian���National Shawmnt Bnnk.   CVifcsffo���Amitrion
Bun Fr-melM1*-First National Bank.   London, ft.ng, -Bunk of  ticoLiund
Grodlt Lyonnala.   Brrmada��� Bank _rf Wm-n--.-.-    _*_____  -
"in
Canada   ___
National Bank.
Purl*,   rmiifc    Crnlil.  l.yonimiw.    Krrmaita
Kong and Hhanghal Banking Corporation.
fRADg
mark
This
Trade
Mark
itamped on every
garment, insures
V V X��u genuine
Health
UNDERWEAR
11 perfect, most healUiiul,
delightfully comfortable i
the most
most
underwear made.   Emtyreed
.by physicians.
Tor Men, Women an_*
> <Ml.lr. ���    >
i_alle1ri.lclii��-l)r.vei,^|.
. .lore, ke-epto.ll
^   .rani-
Porto Rico Lumber Co.,
UNITED.
Hfi;ul Ofllco--Htndffl and Vcmon St., Nelnon.
forTsale.
A well eitabltabad livery biiHlncsa,
Known an Itcynolri-1 Livery, coiiaiBt-
Injj    of   four   horses   and    liitrnneaB,
tWO   I'M       e      , t ee r,  fW.N   -lcl^fllS  0116  Hprfllg
wagon, nnd building-.
Lease of ground for three yenrs and
four months nt $1U per month.
I'nrt of pnrehnan money can bo ar-
rnnged with tho undersigned on
time.
BankofBennnda.   Chlia -���-"jap^-Hoifg
Oeneial Banking ..uslneas Transacted; Sterling Bills of Exch_n__   __,.���.���.
���nd Sold, Letters of Credit. BU., Negotiated., 8
Accounts received ^^^_X^_X\ ^Bt ^'^ ���� �������
Geo. Kydd, Manager, Nelson. B.O.
1-   P.   -kjithet
Co., Ltd-
A. B. GRAY, Baker s�� ������to"
Kootenay Agent.
NOTICE.
Notice is
J.SCOVIL
Ml-llft! BltOKKB, AOTABV ri II I.I<
Windermere Mine*.   Oorrouponil��no_Hol'olie ,|
VVINDKHMEKB. A. 0.
Hugh R. Cameron
Haker Street,   Na'son, n. C.
hereby given that in virtue of tha Act of the
Dominion Parliament, 63 and 64 Victoria, Chapter 103
and Chapter 104, the name of
THE   MERCHANTS'  BANK   OF   HALIFAX
will   be changed to
"flbe TRoffil Bank of Canafra"
from and after
the Second  day of January,  1901.
E. L. PEASE,
C.W.WEST&CO.
Coal and Wood.
Agents Imperial Oil Oo- Ltd.
Crow's   Nest  Coal,   $6.15
Anthracite,     -    -    $9.65
DBLIVBRBD.
No order can bo accepted utile*
accompanied by cash.
Offlce Corner Hall and Baker Stre._-
TXLKFHON- IS.
NOTICE.
Halifax, 1st November, 1900.
. General Manager,
thnt
The pnlilin Is hereby informed	
VV, A. Costsllo is In till way connected
with the II. 0i BXpreaa and Transfer
Co.
UEOROE F. MOTION,
Manager B.C. Eapresu St Transfer Co,
The Nelson Electric Tramway Co. Ltd.
-.OTS   FOR   SALE  ON   EASY   TERM8.
Larire number of Choice Building Lots adjacent to the line of their
Tramway. For price arid terms of sale apply at the office of the Company, MacUjuaJd Block, corner of Josephine and Vernon Streets.
T. C.DUNCAN, Secretary.,
F. O. GREEN        F. S. OLEMBNTS
QREEN & CLEMENTS
Civil Engineers and Provincial Lafl'
Surveyor*.
P. O. Box WI M��t��an, B. O.
A. R. BARROW, a Mia*
Provincial Land Surveyor.
Comer Victoria and Kootenay SM.
P. O. Box 689. Telephone No. ��
ORUGIBLE CAST STEEL
WIRE ROPE
7-8 inch dlam. $ia 60 per 100 feet. F��
immediate delivery 'n MeM���
apply. Nelson Daily Miner,  Monday  Evening,  November 26, 1900
MR. DOOLEV'S REMARKS.
What China needs is a Chicago   ex-
(elusion not.
I wlsht I waa a German an' believed
I in machinery.
A vote on   th'
i two in the box.
tallysheot   Is   worth
A woman's since of humor is in her
.husband's name.
��   ���   ���
An   Enlgishman   appears   resarved
ibeoauso he can't talk.
��� *   *
No man was ivor   so low as to have
[rayspict f'r his brother-in-law.
��� ���   ���
I care not who makes th' laws iv th'
|nation If I can get out an   injunction.
��� ���   ��
Dl-plomacy   is a   continynal   gamo
|lv duck on th' rock���with France   th'
duck.
��� ���   ���
Some   day   th'   Ph'lippeens   '11   be
known as   th' Standard   IsleB   iv   th'
Passyfic.
��� ���  ���
. Most   vigitaryans   iver I see looked
nongh like thir food to be  classed as
unnybals.
��� ���   ���
Th' modhern idee iv   government Is
''snub th' people, buy th' people, jaw
lh' people."
��� ��  ���
I'd like to tell me frlnd   Teddy that
hey'se a Btrenuselife an' a  strenuse-
ess life.
��� ��  ���
A good manny people r-read th'   ol'
ayin', "Larceny is th' siucerest form
flatthry."
��� *   ���
HTh' paramount issue f'r our   sido is
th' wan th' other side doesn't   like to
Rpkve mentioned.
��� ��   ���
re   All th' wurruld loves a lover���excipt
sometimes   th'    wan     that's   all   th'
Iwuiruld to him.
��� ���   ���
[��� People that talk loud an' offlnd ye
with   their   insolencle  arc usully shy
1 men thriyn to get over their shyness.
'Tis th' quiet, resarved, cam speken
man that's mashed on himself.
flow to Mark Your Ballot
Christopher Foley,
Iof the City of Rossland,
Miner.
William Alfred Galliher,
2
of the City of Nelson,
Barrister
John McKane
3
of the City of Rossland,
Mine Owner.
X
T
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MISCELLANEOUS
ITO   THE  WISE.
j-   The Marquis Ito   is one   of tho wise
"men of Asia to whom   the world owes
inucb.    It   was   Ito   who   formed the
Const-tution which  lias created a new
power in the cast,   and   saved   Japan
from China's doom. It must seem like
a dream to the new premier to   think
of   his   first    visit    to    Europe.    He
.oanie to England with   Count   Inouye
, to   study   navigation.    "Navigation"
was the only word   either could speak
; in English, and   somehow the two   of
'them���they were but boys then���weie
I bundled on the vessel   nB common sea-
' men, and expected to work their pass-
rage to London.    And, as though   that
�� irony were not  enough, their  friends
[failed to meet them at  tho  docks and
(the two Japs were   left   a'one  on the
ship after  everybody   else had left it.
It  waa   raining,   they   were   hungry
' and alone in a strange city,and neither could say anything in English but
'navigation." My pointing to a bread
loaf   in a baker's   ship they managed
to appease their hunger for the night,
and    the   next   day,   after   they   had
spent the night  on   a   deserted   ship,
friends eame to meet them.    Such was
the introduction   of   Japan's   premier
to England, tho   country on which he
was   to   model   the   new   Japan.    Ito
stands out among  the  public men  of
Japan as Uladstone   did   in   England,
jinel he has the Gladstonian   dUlike of
change for change's sake.   He resisted
party government until it could be resisted no  longer;   then   the   emperor
took his advice and accepted It.  Every
Jap will   tell   you that Ho is the saviour of his   country, and It is to   him
that Japan turns iu her political  crisis. He concluded peace with Li Hung
Chang.���London King.
Advertisements Inserted undor thiH head at
the rat- of one omit a word por liiHortion. No
advertl-omenl takon for lot- than 25 cents.
FOR    BENT.��� Cellar.    Apply   Merchants' Bank of Halifax.
KOR SALE CHEAP���Furnished cabin
near  Mines  Road.    Apply   to  t!co.
F. Motion, at Nelson Wine Co.'s store.
WANTED���Oood smnrt bov to deliver
pncitnges.    Martin O'Keiily �� Co.
WANTED���Would like to purchase u
thoroughbred fox terrier,not to cost
over seventy five dollars. Apply with
particulars as to pedigree to R. A.
Forbes, Steward, Steamer Rossiand,
Robson,
SALESMEN wanted to sell our goods
by sample to wholesale and retail
trade. WeJ are the largeRt and only
manufacturers In our line in the
world. Liberal salary paid. Address,
CAN-DEX Mfg. Co., Savannah, Ga.
WANTED���Employment for a few
hours every duy.either morning, afternoon or evening. Apply, A. C,,
Room 7, Victoria Hlock, Corner Haker
and Josephine Streets.
WANTED���A good   general    servant,
to go to   Kaslo.    Apply   at  General
Hospital, Nelson.
FOR SALE.���Latest   improved No.   0
Remington typewriter iu perfect order, for furthor  information .address,
J. M. W., P. 0. Hox 686, City.
H. & M. BIRD
Agents for Eureka nine.nl Wool and
Asbcitos  Co.
Insurance Go. of North America, Mutual ILIfe
Insurance Go., of New York, Quebec
Fire Assurance Gu.
REAL ESTATE. MONEY TO LOAN.
FOB SALE.
Three lots in   Hlock 17, Hogustown,
$W5.00 each.
Three lota in   Hlock 33, Hogustown,
8100.00 each.
60 feet on Mill Strivt. SftOO.00.
A   good   business   in   the   city,   in
thorough   working     order,    for   sale
cheap.
FOB BENT.
ti-Roomed bouse, corner of Ward
and Robson, all modern conveniences  |36 00
Now houso on Water Street   18 00
Cottage on Water Street  15 00
7-Roomed house on Robson St.,
between Kootenay and Stanley, all conveniences  25 00
4-Roomed cottage, corner of
Falls and   Hoover  13 00
Wholesale Houses
NELSON, B. C.
AERATED AND MINEUAL. WATERS
T_
M- ami Uodnr -JIxooLh. NoIhou���Manufactur
orb of and wliolosulo iloului'H in uoralvd watorrt
aad fruit riyrups. Solo iiKunU. for Halcyon Hot
Spring" minora! wutor,   Tolujihouo OU.
\TKI.80N   SODA   WATER   FACTORY-
Jl^I N. M. CuuimlnN, Los-soo��� Kvory known
variety of noil drinkri. 1' O liox 88. Telephone
No. 31. Hoovor Street, NoIkoii. liottlora of the
famous tit, Leon Hot Springs Mineral Wutor.
ARCiUTEGT-i
CANE fie MACUONALU (II. Cuno, Juiiioh
A. Maodonald)���Architect*, and buporiu-
tondoutt., lirokon Hill Hlock, corner Uakor and
Ward streotH, _no1_ou.
CIGARS
KOOTENAY CIGAR MANUFACTURING
CO.���Manufacturers of tho Itoyal Seal
und Kootonay Hello Cigar_. Factory aud
oltlce, tlukor -Street, Nelson.
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
HJ. KVANS & CO.-Hukcr Streot, Nol-
��� Hon���Wholesale doalcru in liquors, ci-
Kara, cement, lire brick and lire clay, water
pipe aud btucl rails, aud goueral commission
uiurchunU.
GRAIN, HAY AND CEREALS
BRACKMAN-KER MILLING CO., Lm-
Wholesale and rotail dealers iu grain,
hay, flour, food. Mills at Victoria, Now Westminster; Kdmoutou, Alto. Jnilcvutors on Calgary and Minion!im Railway, Manufacturers
of tho celebrated H. 6% K.. brand cereals.
GROCERIES
A MACUONALU & Co.-Corner Fron
��� aud Hall streets��� V. holesalo grocers
una jobbers iu blankets, gloves, mitts, hoots,
rubbers, mackinaws and miners' sundries.
LUMJJER
XT ELSON SAW ANU PLANING MILL-
Jl( Olliee corner Hall and flrout Streets,
i.olson���Lumber, ceiling, flouring, and every
thiug in wood fur building purposes. Get our
prices.   Correspondence solicited.
FRESH AND SALT MEATS
P   BURNS & Co.���Haker Stroet, Nelson���
���   Wholesale dealers iii fresh aud cured
meatb.   Cold Storage.
WKST    KOOTENAY    HUTCHER   CO.-
Baker Street, Nelson���Wholesale dealers iu fresh and cured meats.
HARDWARE & MINING   SUPPLIES
LAWRENCE HARDWARE CO - Baker
Street, Nelson ��� W liolvwilc d.alam iu
hardware, miners' supplies, sporting goods,
etc,
M'LACHLAN BROS. (Successors to Vancouver Hardware Co, Ltd.) Bukor Street,
Nelson���v\ holesalo dealers, in hardware and
miuing supplies, plumbers' and tinsmiths' supplies.	
XT KLSON HARDWARE! CO.-Wholesale
J3) paints, oils and gluss; mecharh's' tools.
Agent-i foi Ontario I'owdor Works; dyn unite
LIQUORS AND DRY GOODS
'tiUKNUK, BEETON & Co.���Cornor Vornon
X and Josephine Streets, Nelson���Wholesale dealers in liquors, cigars, and dry goods.
Agents for Pabst Browing Co. of Milwaukee
and Calgary Brewing Co of Calgary.	
H
UUSON'S BAY Co.���Wholesale grocerio.
and liquors etc., Baker Street, Nelson.
CALIFORNIA WINK CO.,Limited-Corner
Front and Hall Street*., Nelson���Wholesale dealers n wines (c&so and bulk), and
domestic and imported cigars.
PROVISIONS,   PRODUCE & FRUITS
LODGE MEETINGS.
A
NELSON LODGE No. 23, A. F. & A
M. itie-'l Hccond Wodnoi���tay in each
month.   VInitinK brethorn wolcomo.
d__W__. I- O. O. P. Koolcna. I__i1ki-
Hh No. 1(1, moot- every Monday night,
^^_^^ at their Hall, Kootonay -.trout
Sojourning Odd Fellows cordially Invited.
John A. McIUo, N.G. I). W. Rutherford, V.O.
Fred J. Squire. Tor. Sec.
KOR SALE���A new house, ten rooms,
very convenient,with all modern improvements.   Apply A. B. Clarke, corner of Stanley and Carbonate   Street.
TRAINED   Nurse,  open   for  engagements.    Surgical,   medical,   and accouchement.    English   nnd   Canadian
diplomat!.    Apply, "E" Miner   Oflice.
PRIVATE Hoard   and Room.    Ileated
throughout. Hot and cold water and
bathe.   Three   doors    south   of   Post-
office, Ward Street.
He���Oh, pray, Miss Tlalrlmple,don't
call me Mr. Brookes. She���Oh, but
our acquaintance has been bo brief.
This is bo sudden���" (Sweetly) "Why
ahoudn't I call you Mr. Brookes?" He
���Oh,���only because my naine'n Somerset.���Punch.
TO CHER A COLD IN ��NS DAT
Tako Laxative Bromo Qulnlno Tablet-. All
dru. vMi refund the money If It foils to euro.
Mo.   X. W. drove * signature Is on eaoh box.
PARKER & CO.
Turnnr itoockh Block Baker Street
niNlNd   PROPERTIES   OP   MERIT
PURCHASED.
STANDARD STOCKS FOR SALE
500   Canadian   Goldficlds  8).
Atlantic S. S. Lines.
From Portland, Me.
Allan Line Nutnidian  Nov 28
Allan Lino Corinthian Doc 1
Dominion  Lino Dominion Deo 8
lieiiiiiiiiein   Line  CambrOTnan Doo 18
From 8t, John, NB.
Beavor Lino I.ako MoRanlic Nov 30
lloavor Lino I i 11 ��� Huuorlor Dec 7
Beavor Lino boats call at Halifax ono day later
From Now York
Whito Star Lino Ocoanlo Nov 88
Whito Star Uno Cynirlo Deol
Cunard Line Umbrla Nov 21
Cunard Lino Cempanla Deol
American Uno St. Paul Nov 28
Hod  .tar Lino Konsinaton Nov 28
N ll.!������ Uno Kalse-r WilliolmdorGrosHO.Nov 20
Anchor  Uno Anchorla Nov 24
Fronoh Lino L'Aquitalno Nov 20
Allan Heeti- Lino Californlan Deol
From Boston
Cunard Uno Baxonla Deo8
Dominion Lino Now ".nidand  Doc 6
Piuisokos arranKod to anil from all European
points. For ratos, tlckcs and full Information
apply lo C. P. It. dopit ogont or II. L. Brown
(My Passenger A^i.t, Nelson. B.C.
Genoral Aunt C.P.B. Offices, W-inlp.it
HOTEL ROSSLAND
VERNON ST., NELSON.
RATES
By the week from $5 to 96.
By the day 81.00.
J. V. O'liAUGHTiIN. Prop.
CALL ON THI
NELSON WINE CO.
and  try a bottlo, a dozon. or a barrel ot
aALQARY BEER  as It U the boat and
enpest   on    tno    market.    Also  try  our
WINES,    LIQUORS,    and    OIQARS,
PRANK A. TAMBLYN, M.a.asa.
Telephoned, Baker Bt, Nelaen, U.C.
NELSON LODGE   No.    28, K. ofP
moots in K. of P. ball, Oddfellows block
never.   Tue^lay evening at 8 o'clock
" vi i'.iii.  knights cordially Invited
F. J. lln.Mel.i-.v, C. C.
J. A. Paqiikttk, K. of K. and 8.
NELSON'S QUEEN NO. 211
SONS OF ENGLAND, mooU,
tho first Wednesday evening of
oach month at Fiaternity hall,
cornor of Bakor and Kootenay
street*. Visiting brothern cordially Invited.
John Watson, Secretary.
NEI-10N L. 0. L. No. 1092 moota In Fraternity Hall on lirst and third Friday ovonings
of each month at 8 o'clock. Visiting members
oordlally invited, it. Hoblnson, W.M.; Wm.
Crawford, B. S.
NKI.SON AEUIE No. 22, F. O. K., mooUi
evory seoond and fourth Wodncsdays of each
month. Visiting members oordlally luvlt-
Charles Pressor, Secretary.
Nolson Enoampmont No. 7. Moots ovory 2ml
nnd Ith Friday of oach mouth, In Odd Follows
Hall, corner Bnkor and Kootenay streots,
Nolson. A. H. ClnmonU, C. P.; D. McArthiu,
B. 8.   Visiting brothors always wclonn,��,
COURT KOOTENAY. I. O. F��� No. 31-!
Meetings Ith Thursday of month. Frat.rnn
hall. J A Irving C K.   P. H. Flomlng. U.S.
CHUHCII DIUECTOKY.
GEO. GUKD
Room 1, TnrnBr-Boeokh Blook.
REAL ESTATE AND MINING A(il.-N��
Housea and Building Lota in All Parti
of the Oity.
HOUSES FOR SALE
Five, six, aevon antl olght room houses for
salo, twonty pc<- oent below oost.
GAMBLE & O'REILLY
Real Estate and insurance
Agents.
Loans -[footed at  Reasonable Rates.
Dakar Street, Nelson,
8. 8AV10UUS (EnoubiiI Chuhcii���Cornor
Ward and Silica 8U1. Sundays: Holy Communion .am.: and on tho 1st and 3rd SuniinyH
In tbo month aftor Mai I ins; Mullin- ai 1111.11>.'.
Sunday Hchool 2.30 p.m ; Kvonsong 7.30. Dully:
Matilnsnt. 11.311 a. m. Thursdays and KnlniV
Iiieye,; Holy Communion 10 a. m. Fridays:
Kvonsong f.so p. m., followed by choir prno-
tloe. H. 8. AkehursU Haetor. Frod Irvlno,
Goo. Johnst-ins, Wardens.
CATnouc  I'HUROH-t^ornerlWard anil Mill
st reels Mass evory Sunday at 8 and 10.00 a.m
HieiiriHi'1 Imi at 7.30 p.m.   Mass every week tin)-
ni 7.1:111.111.   Bev.  Fathor Forland Hoclor.
Piir.��nvTXRiAN t:nuBCH���Services at 11 a.m.
and 7.30 p.m. Sunday Bchool at 2.30 p.m.
Prayor mooting Thurstlay evening at 8 p.m.;
Clirlntlan Endoavor Society meets evory 1 ue��-
day ovenlng  it I  o'clook.    Bev. It. Frew,
Pantar. _ ���.��� _
MmiioniHT Ciiunoii���Corner 8lllca ana
Josophiiio Htroots. Services at II n.m. and 7.3n
p. m. ; -abbat.h School, 2.30 p.m.: Prayer moet^
Ing on Thursday ovonlng at 8o'olock: Epworth
1/mguolJ, K.,Tuo��layat8a.m. Kev. J. H.
WhTlo, Pastor. Itcaldenoe, josephlno Street,
roar of church, .
Baitibt Chuhcii ��� Bervloes morning uo
JY. GBIFF1N Si. CO.���Cornor Vornon and
_ Josephine Streets, Nelson ��� Wholoeialo
dealora in provisions, curoil moats, buttor and
oggs.
Lumber..
Delivered to any point
on Kootenay Lake.
TOBACCOS
Lambee & Butler's
Players' Navy Out
Smith's Glasgow Mixture
Try a tin of
GOLD  LEAF
Or if you chew, try
Napoleon
Battle Ax
Climax
and Star
THURMAN
TOBACCONIST
Baker St.
Spokane Falls Sl
Northern R'v
Nelson Sl Fort
Sheppard R v
Red Mountain R'v.
The only all rail route between
all points east, west and south to
Rossland, Nelson and intermedial
points; connecting at Spokane with
Great Northern, Northern Pacific,
and O. R. & N. Co.
Connects at Nelson with steamer
for Kaslo and all Kootenay lake
points.
Connects at Meyer's Falls with
stage daily for Republic, and connects at Bossburg with stage daily
for Grand Forks and Greenwood.
Effective   Sunday, October  21st, 1900.
Train No. 3. (Night Train).
i Spol
2 Nori
I have a complete stock on hand of
Rough and Dressed
Lumber,
Shingles,
Mouldings. Sash Doors.
Inside Finish,
Coast Flooring, and
Finished Lumber-
Mill at PILOT BAY. Tarda, NELSON
and LABI.0,
HEAD OFFICE:   NELSON
J. A. SAYWAED.
REISTERER & CO.
Brcwere. of Fine Lager
Beer and Poiter,
DROP IN AND SEE OS.
Ni.1hi.1i, B. 0.
ovonlnKatU-.m. and 7.30 p.m.; Prayor moot
Ina Thursday ovonlnu at B p.m. Ihe B. Y
I'.ll. Tuesday ovonlna nt 8 o .lock.   Hlrni'Kim
onrdlallr walOTwd. Itov. O. J. Coulter White
PasUir. , _
i__-VATinn -jurr-Bervlo ��� ovory ovonlna
at B n'oloeh Is barraolu on V otorl ��tre��t
Xdjudant Kdg��oombo In charge.
SILVER KING MIKE
Will pay the hlgbent oaah prine for all
kinelH of Beoonrl hand Roodi. Will bay
or sell anything from an onohor to a
needle. Fornitnre, atoves, oatperta,
oooking utmisils, bonght in household
qnantities. Also oast off clothing.
Gall and see me or write. Addreas
Hllver King Mike, Bos S00. Hall
Htrnnt. Nelaon.  P. ���.
Leave Spokane    llli-tr, p.111
Leave Northport	
Arrive Kossland
B:_0 a.m.
:30 a.m.
Train No. 34 (Night Train).
Leave Kossland    11:00 p.m
Leave Northport    12:4Ti a.m
Arrive Spokane      7:05 a.m.
H. A. JAOKSON, G. P. St T.A.
Spokane   Waah
Q. K. TACKABURY,
Agent, Nelson, B.O
R. W. DAY,
AOKNT FOR
Life, Accident, and Fire Insurance.
Loans Effkct-H on Dbsikablk
Thumb.
BO_K AtlliNT FOR
BOOTH  St  FOX'S   IRISH  DOWN
QUILTS, ETC.
For Sale. jfl,
Vernon St   50 foot lot wiili honsoB 00
same bringing iu $40 monthly.
30 foot lot and house, Baker St.
For Runt.
7 room house, all modern conveniences,
S15.
5 room house and kitchen, all modern
conveniences, $10.
11 room house and cellar, all modern
conveniences, %'Si.
Also splendidly furnished house through
out, including piano; would be suitable as boarding houBe, SfW.
12 room house, hot Bnd cold water, etc.
If desired, furniture enn be bought
on reasonable terms; $;i,">.00.
Canada Permanent and Western Canada Mortgage
Corporation,
hbad office toronto, ont.
Money to loan on Straight Mortgage.
Apply toO, U LENNOX, Baker St
Nelion.
THE
Bank of
British. Columbia,
NELSON.
Is now prepared to issue
Drafts and Letters of Credit
on Skaguay, U.S., Atlin, B.
C. and Dawson City, Yukon
District.
Put UsIOn
Your List...
We will see that you
are not disappointed
in superioiity of groceries, promptness of
delivery, or reasonableness of price.
From tempting breakfast foods to richest
materials for dainty
desserts, we will fill
your  wants  perfectly.
Klrkpatrlck b Wilson
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
" Soo Line
PIR��T-OLASS  SLEEPERS ON ALL
TRAINS FROM REVELBTOKE
AND KOOTENAY LANDING.
Also TOURIST CARS passing Don-
more Juuction Daily for St. Paul, Saturdays for Montrenl and Boston, Mondays and Thursdays for Toronto.
Sume cars pass Revelstoke one day
earlier.
A   POINTER
for   your  eastern   trip is to see   thnt
your ticket rends via teiintulimi Paeitic.
Train, nnd Htcnnicrn Depart.
5:00
Daily
8:00
Ex Sun
0:00
Ex Snn
10:00
Ex Run
18:40
Daily
1 Steamer for Knoteiiay Land-
> ing   and   eastern   points   via
J Crow's NeBt Route.
I Train  for   Rossland,   Grand
j Forks,Greenwood,Midway,eto
) Train for Slocan Olty,  Slocan
) points, and Sandon.
) 8teamer for Kaslo and  inter-
) mediate points.
1 Train for Bonsland, Nnkuap,
[��� Revelstoke,   main    line   and
) l'nci .ic Coast Points.
For Time Tables, Hates nnd fail information call on or address nearest Local Agent, or,
It. W. Ilrow, Dopot Agent 1 Molson, B. O.
II. I��� Ilrown, City AkodI. j
W. K. AH 11 KHMi IN, *�� J. OOTLB,
Tnvv. l'_ew. Ak-dIj        A. (I. I ��� Amnti,
Nel.on V.nrcuvef
Collegiate School
FOR BOYS
Victoria, B.C.
PATRON AND   VISITOR.
The Lord Bishop of Columbia
STAFF:
J. W. Laing. Esq., M. A., OxoB.,
Headmaster. Kev. C. Entor -harp,
M. A., Cantab. II. J. 8. Mnskrtt,
Esq.., St.  Peter's College, Cambridge.
Moderate terms for hoarders and day
scholars. Hoys received .nun eight
years of age and upwards. Military
drill. Technical art including mechanical drawing. Moardcra may, by tlreir
parents wish attend any place of worship to which they are accustomed.
Present numbers SI.
DON'T   WORRY I
Gee Can Pit Yon.
lie has  one of  the   best   ii.nl   largoat
Kail and Winter stocks In
the Province.
A. GEE, Merchant Tailor
Opposite Queen's Hotel,
Haker Street
DISCOUNT SALE
Twenty-five per cent off Al!
Trimmed and Ready-to-Wear
Hats.
MRS. ENFIELD,
Haker Street.
DR. ALEXANDER FORIN.
OFF 10. ANO O.HOi VOf.
SILICA   ST.,   BETWEEN    WARD   AND
JOSEPHINE BTS.
rn.tfmi>x evo. in.
P Nelson   Daily Miner,   Monday  Evenihg,   November  26, 1900
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NEWS OF
THE TOWN
i��^^VSV*iA>V>A*VVV��.,V��r>r>Ai***.��
Mayor Houston, M. _t. A., returned
to the City lust evening from the Slocan district.
Next Sunday at tho churches is hospital day, and tho collections taken
will be in aid of that fund.
The Carpenter's I'nioii of Nelson
will   hold   its  first annual   dinner on
Wednesday evening  next nt tbe victoria Hotel,
Next Sunday evening at the Congregational Church tha meeting will take
the form of a song service and good
music will bo rendered,
Hon. Richard MclIiUle, Minister of
Mines,arrived In Nelson this morning
from tho Slocan district where ho
hns been during the past few days.
There will ho a meeting of the executive of the St. Andrew's Society tomorrow to complete the arrangements
for the banquet to __>e given on Friday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. ,T. II. MoHardyj the
parents of C. F. Mcllardy of the Nelson Hardwaro Company, ure in Nelson
on a visit to their son. Their homo
is in Clinton, Ont.
Judge Forin held a short session of
chambers at the Court House this
morning. In the case of A. McDonald ,_ Co. vs. tho nalcyon Springs Sanitarium Association, an appeal wub
made to strike out a disputed note and
for leave to sign judgment. The appeal was granted.
An At Home in aid of the Presbyterian Church, will be given by Mrs.
James Lawrence at her home on
Stanley Street, between Mill and Latimer Streets on Wednesday evening
between the hours of 8 and 11 o'clock.
A number of local singers will be
present and a good programme will
be rendered. A cordial invitation is
extended to all.
Mr. Thomas Taylor, M. L. A., of
Trout Lake City, arrived in Nelson
last evening on private business.
When seen this morning and asked if
ho knew who had been appointed to
the position of warden of the Provincial gaol here, ho stated that he did
not know that the appointment wus
yet made, hut that he personally had
recommended Mr. J. Nolan, late customs inspector at Waneta. Mr. Taylor leaves for Revelstoke this evening.
While in Toronto, Jas. L. Hughes,
Inspoutor of Schools, and others, tried
to fool Prof. Alexander by sending on
the stage five of the best artists of
Canada, among them Mr. Bell-Smith.
They were dressed tor the occasion
with matted hair ami poor clothing
and were on the stage without any
names being called, but wero placed
in their respective places easily by
the Professor. It gave him a wonderful standing in that city where he has
given forty-two lectures with remarkable success. As his initial lecture at
the Opera House tonight is free there
will   no doubt be a crowded house.
At the opening of the Emmanuel
Congregational Church yesterday
there wua a good attendance at both
the morning and evening services, and moro especialliy at the latter as the church was crowded to the
doors. At both services the pastor,
Kev. William Munroe, delivered interesting addresses taking for his subject
tbe "Work of the Church." During
his evening's addresses he extended a
strong invitation to everyone who felt
so disposed to attend his church as it
was not intended as a wholly denominational church, but everybody would
bo made welcome at all times.
The principal business to come under discussion at the meeting of tin-
City Council nt H o'clock this evening will be thu introduction of a waterworks by-law by Alderman Murri-
Bon. Its object is to provide in the future for the paying of the water rates
quarterly, in ailvanee, Instead of
monthly as at present. There will be
a certain discount allowed. This is
practically adopting the same ordinance that is in use in other cities,
and it will undoubtedly bo more convenient to the citizens. The by-law
t" regulate the public morals of the
City, which has been advanced to the
second reading, will also come before
the meeting.
be superseded by the hoist at tlio surface. It will probably be three months
before tho newer plant is put in and
in the meantime sinking will be gone
on with just us soon ns the station at
the UOll-foot level has  been completed.
It is the intention of thu management to remove tho present hoisting
engine over the old shaft but it was
found both that the speed of this engine would nave to he accelerated in
order to meet with the requirements
ami that there wus sufficient work in
the old shaft to usefully employ the
engino for at least another twelvemonth.
BOTH WILL LEAVE).
A change in the management of the
Tramway Company has taken place.
Mr. M. T. Carrie, superintendent,
nnd Thomas Duncan, secretary, have
resigned their positions which have
been combined and taken by Mr. A.
V. Mason, of Loudon, England. Mr.
OarrlO will leave tomorrow evening
for London. England, and from there
will go to Auckland, New Zealand,
where he will install a tramway system for tho same company which constructed the one in Nelson. Tomorrow morning the boys of the Company
will present Mr. Carrie with a costly
smoking set. When Mr. Duncan will
leave Nelson is not yet known, but it
will be in the near future and he will
go to Mexico to act as secretary of a
mining company.
ACCORDING TO THEM.
Montreal, Nov. 20.���Local Conservatives fear that the speeches of Sir
llibbert Tupper and N. Clarke Wallace iu Hritish Columbia, regarding
French-Canadian loyalty, will have a
disastrous effect in the coming Provincial fight here. It will force
French-Canadians to vote en bloc for
the Parent Administration, thus
placing Conservatives in a hopeless
minority in the next Legislature. A
member of a large manufacturing
concern (Conservative), remarked a
few days ago: "Until the Conservatives get down to fighting politics on
political lines, and not on the race
question, they need not expect to get
to Ottawa."
THEY WANT HIM.
Montreal, Nov. 2G.���At a meeting of
the Butter and Cheese Association
today a resolution was passed urging
the Attorney General of^the Province
to take means to bring back C. J
Chisbolm, former manager of tl.e
Montreal Cold Storago and Freezing
Co., wliu Is charged wnn conspiracy
to dofraud, nnd who skipped bull a
few weeks ago. Chisholm is understood to be in ltoston.
DROWNED HERSELF.
New York, Nov. 25.���Miss Laura
Hamilton, 04 years old, wealthy and
one of the heirs of the Snydam estate
near Oyster Bay, L. I., was found
drowned in a pond near the estate to
day. She disappeared yesterday, and
as she had threatened to drown herBelf
search was made with the result of
the discovery of the body.
VERY FAST RIDING.
Los Angles, Cal.. Nov. 20.���In a fifteen mile motor paced race on the indoor bicycle track nt the Velodrome
yesterday, Gus Lawson defeated John
Nelson, the middle distance champion. Lawson won by a quarter of a
mile, and incidentally lowered the
world's record by 37 seconds, his time
being 2."i minutes, 12 seconds.
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NEWS OF
THE MINES
>****����MfliM^^����MWrW*i
The five miners working under Robert Nelson, who had tho contract to
run a 100-foot tunnel on the Juno
claim of tho group by the same name,
came down from the property this
morning as the work was completed
last night. The tunnel was started
on Oclobor 20. It has been run on the
Venus vein, the oro showing up well
throughout the entire length of tbe
tunnel. The paystreak is from IL'to
18 inches in width. The company
aro now considering the question of
running another tunnel.
CHINESE RETIRING.
London, Nov. 2(1.���Tho Times has
the following from its Shanghai correspondent: "Ten thousand Chineso
under Admiral Ho aro said to be retiring in the direction of Rain (Ian
before Colonel Yorck's expedition. It
is said that the population is friendly
and glad to be rid of llo's soldiers.
ANOTHER  HOIST   KOR  LB ROI,
The Le Roi Company aro figuring
on getting another hoist to place
alongside the 1,000-horse power engine which is about to lu- assembled,
Fearing delay it Is the intention to
get n second  band hoist of a capacity
of i!()0 or 7.rn) horse-power and whieh
will possess n speed wilh light
weights of about I,SOO to 2,000 feet
per minute. This will be placed In
the big engine house at the collar of
the shaft and will be used for work
between the levels, fur the lowering
of timbers and for sinking purposes.
The electric hoist at Hie Black Hear
tuniel is found tn lie too light to do
the work as soon ns an additional
depth of  another   hundred   feet or so
DR. KINO'S STAND.
Kingston, Ont., Nov. 20.���In his
address in Convocation Hall yesterday
afternoon. Principal Grant remarked
that he Muld oppose any man who
formed a   party based on   cither   ruee
or  leliglon.   The   true Canadian, ho
suid, should endorse the one most  inspired by true ideals.
YOUTH AND LONG HAIR.
Brantford, Ont., Nov. 20.���Colonel
Peters, 1). O. C, Inspected the Duffer-
In Rilles Friday night. In complimenting the men on their appearance
he snid too many were too young, nnd
that many more needed   a   hair cut.
THE   WINNER.
he
won,
He but   two   dollars   nnd
And ere he wns allowed
To got away It cost him ten
To squnrc things wilh the crowd,
THAT    THROBBING     HEADACHE
Would quickly leave you if you used
Dr. King's Net* Life Pills. Thousands uf sufferers have proved their
matchless merit for Sick und Nervous
llendaehes. They make pure blood and
build up your health. Only 25 cents.
������-_,., Money  bnck   if   not   cured.    Sold by
has been attained und will therefore ' Canada Drug & Book Co,
Phoenix has n greut future before
it, nccordlng to Tbe Phoenix Pioneer,
which snyB:
Inside of two months Phoenix will
be the first mining camp in British
Columbia, in point of daily output of
ore. At present the output is (100 tons
per day���some time in January it will
he 1,200 tons each 24 hours, or 8,400
tons per week, or at the rate of 420,8(10
tons per annum. Some idea of the
mngnitude of such an ore tonnage
can be had when it is remembered
that Rossland camp, after five or six
years, is now shipping at the rnte of
but 22.1,0000 tons per year, although
tbe output of that camp will doubtless be considerably increased by the
first of the year.
When S. H. C. Miner was in Phoenix last summer,at the time the Granny smelter at Grand Forks was started, it was given out that the capacity
of the reduction works, which was
and is 000 tons daily, would be increased before long to at least double
the capacity. That is, that two more
furjaces would be added. Mr. Min
er,president of the companies controlled hy tho Miner-Graves syndicate, is
known as a man of his word; nnd
now thu announcement is made that
the new furnaces will be added to the
smelter some time during the month
of January next. In addition to this
a matte converter, i. is said, will be
added to tbe smelter plant at the same
time, for the purpose of turning the
matte into metallic copper n,t the
smelter. This will effect u large Bav-
ing in freight rules,as only the metal
lie copper will be shipped to the eastern refineries, where the gold and silver vulues will be extracted.
It is well known in Phoenix that
the work of getting out the ore from
the Old Ironsides, Knob Hill and Vic
toriu mines is so well arranged that it
will he a comparatively easy matter
to break down, hoist and send out the
1,200 tons daily,when the time arrives
that the smelter can handle it���some
time in January.
In   addition   to  the   above,     other
mines on the Phoenix   spur,   such  as
the B. C., Snowshoo,   Athelstan, Win
nipeg,   Golden Crown,   etc.,   together
with the Brooklyn   and   Stemwinder,
after  the   first of the year, will   ship
from 200 to 400 tons daily.    This will
easily   bring   tho shipments over  the
Phoenix   spur to over 000,CO) tons  for
the year 1001.
���   ��   *
Another Deep Creek galena property, near Northport, is rapidly coming to the front, nnd from all reports
the showing almost equnls that of the
Silvor Butte, which hns been shipping stendily for some time. The
property is a full claim, called the
Silver Queen, and two miles south of
the Silver Butte, on the opposite side
of Deep Creek. It is owned by Messrs.
Croft, Hose, Adams und McGinty, all
of Northport, who have continually
worked the claim for the past six-
months, A carload of ore is being
sacked to be sent to tho Great Falls
smelter lor a test. The workings on
tbo claim consist of a shaft and tunnel. In the tunnel the vein was tapped when in 75 feet and 100 feot.below
the surface. The width of thu ore
shoot in tho face is 42 inches. This
is solid galena ore and will give good
returns on shipments made by sleigh
to Northport, and Including fieight
nnd treatment Charges to the Montana
smelter.
��� ���   ���
A notice was filed at thej mining recorder's oflice today, stating that
Charles Parker bad taken an option
on the Republic claim on 40 Creek, for
830,000. Tho owners of tho claim are
A.  Powys, and Joseph Dubamel.
Mr. John McKane of Rossland, also
filed a notice that he held a claim on
the following mineral properties,
eSquak, Franklin, Eastern Oregon,
Hammond and Minnesota.
* *   ���
T. fl. Procter, leaves in tho morning for tho Alice group which he
bonded some time ago. At present a
tunnel is being run nnd tbe ore of the
lend, which bus been uncovered, is
showing up exceedingly well. It is
probable that more extensive work
will he done on the property, In the
near future.
Spokane Mlniiig Stock Exchange
Quotations.
This  morning's Spokane quotations
ns received from The Miner's special
correspondent:
NAMK. A8KBD.
Blacktail 10
Kutte & Boston  2%
Crystal  5X
Deer Trail Con  2%
Evening Slur  6X
Gold Ledge  2J.
Gulden Harvest     %
I. X.L 21
Insurgent	
Iron Musk 31
.1 im Blaine  8
Lone Pino Surprise  IX
.Minimum Lion 40
Morning Glory OX
Morrison  3l_
Noble Five  4
Princess Maud  2
Palmer Mt. Tun  17
Quilp 2.'1
Kuiohlor-Curiliuo 25)^
Republic    05
Reservation  4%
Rossland Giant  2\
Sullivan 14<*_
Tom Thumb 12H
Waterloo  3
Winnipeg  5
UNLISTED   STOCKS.
Conjecture 4
Sales���Lone Pine, 100U at 1%
BID.
09.
IX
4
a;_
4 .'-*
IX
%
18
4
6X
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GREAT LUCK OF AN EDITOR.
"For years all efforts to cure Eczema in the palms of my hands failed,"
writes Editor II. N. Lester, of Syracuse, Kun., "then I wus wholly cured
by llncklen's Arnica Salve." It's the
world's best for Eruptions, Sores and
all skin diseases. Only 25 cents at
the Canada Drug & Book Co.
Lucky Soldiers.���Lord Rosslvn has
evidently an eye for detail, tu his
article in the Mall describing th
effect of Lord Roberts' advance upon
Pretoria on the prisoners at Watervaal
and other guards, he wrote: "Hollander and Britisher,soldier and Boer
peasant, prisoner and wnrder, joined
in a universal scene of congratulation,
in a mutual expression of esteec and
a general glnss of Robert Brown's
Four-Crown Scotch Whiskey. Happy
the lot of the prisoners who were able
to soothe their sorrows with so fa
mous a brand as Robert Brown's
"Four-Crown."
GOOD ADVICE.
The most miserable beings in the
world are those suffering from Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint. More
than seventy-five per cent, of the people in the Dominion are afflicted
with these two diseases and their
effects: such a Sour Stomach, _Sick
Headache, Habitual Costiveness, Palpitation of ihe Heart, Heart-burn
Wnterbrash, Gnawing Pains at the
Pit of Stomach, Yellow Skin, Coated
Tongue    and   Disagreeable   Taste   in
tlio Mouth, Com lag up ot    Pood    After
Euting, Low Spirits, etc. Go to your
Druggist and get a bottle of August
Flower for 7ft cents. Two doses will
relieve you. Try it. For sale by W.
F. Teetzel.
GENUINE PATRIOTISM.
Ladies of Canada:
While statesmen and politicians argue the Zollverein und differential
trade within the Empire (which they
will do while jaw displaces common
sense), settle this matter for yourselves.
Your brother colonists of Ceylon
and India are growers of pure teas,
Black and Green. Canadian and
United States importers supply you
with 11.000,000 pounds annually of
Japan teas, yet ihey know Jnpans ure
artificully colored and adulteiated.
Let the knowledge of these facts and
the sentiment of patriotic sisterhood
move you to  help the British planter.
British-grown Black Teas hold the
Canadian market. Drinkers of Japan
tea should try the Greens now coming
on the market, and your dainty palates will approve them. Yes, we
hear your grocer's excuses; but insist.
Ladies can always get wliat they
want. Remember how 3.011 ran your
husband to���well, do they still think
it Paradise? They certainly will if
you give them Ceylon and India green
ten. Blue Ribbon, Monsoon and Sa-
lada packets are now obtainable.
Colonist.
If yon don't like Blue Eibbon Tea it's
because you've never tasted it.
ANNUAL SUPPER
.The first annual supper of
the Nelson Carpenters' Union
will be held at the Victoria
Hotel on
Wednesday, Nov. 28,
At 9 O'Clock Sharp.
All Contracting Builders
and Union Carpenters are
invited to attend. By order of
THE COMMITTEE,
6W-&
This fllfrnaturo lu on evory box of the gonulns )
Laxative BromoQiiiiiine Tablet*
tee remedy ttat enrea a e��W |q ��sm day
MiBi
f^rUn
Ladies' Tailor-
Made Garments
A magnificent showing of
the latest styles at remarkably low prices:
Double Breasted Boi Front Ooats
in fine Kersey Cloth. Colors
Fawn, Navy, ll'.-ick. Silk lining siilcliiil willi silk. ��� Six
large pearl bullous Worth
*K.50.   Our ptloe  |7 00
An attractive looking mantle
made of Hindi Pebbled Cheviot ; SO inches long I black velvet collar, and lined. Real
value $5.00.    To go ut    3 50
Double Breasted _5"x front Coats
ill line Bi-nvet-Cloth i all colors;
mode with raw edge and heavily stitched nn lapels, sleeves
and body. Satin lined throughout.    A 8-0.00 cout at   15 00
Just a hint at our Skirl
offerings:
Black Figured Soleil und Lustro
Skirls, peroaline lined und
velveteen binding. Regular
f 1 on.   Your choice at  f2 50
Homespun Plaid Skirts, n choice
assortment, well made and
lined with percaline; velveteen
binding. Heal values $8. CO lo
110.00.   Now ono ptioe     0 00
Grocery Business
FOR SALE.
JP ill health 1 have
Kerr & Co.
Cor. Baker and Ward Streets,
Nolson.
Gic
een increas.
Owin
decided   to  sell m_  ���
Business  on 'l,^J
Josephine and Silica Streets
This is a good stand and
the business has beer
ing each month.
Any one desiring to ���llr.
chase, who wants to converse
With me, will please call ������
my residence, cor. Josephine
and Carbonate Streets.
P. B. ENMAN.
KOOTEMYCOFFEECO
Our Fresh Boasted Coffee Bert ol
Quality  as follows ���
Java anel Arabian Mocha, por pound      ��� ��
Java and Mocha Blond, ;i ikiuiHi     ', *
Flno BanUiH. 4 rounds   ��
-anion Blend, 6 pounds.          *
Our  SpoolalBlond, li pounds  *
Our Rio Roam, 6poundn _"!!!'1""}l
A TRIAL Oltlll'It IOUCITIB,"
Salesrooms:
2 DOOR8 EAST OF ODDFELLOW
BLOCK, VV. BAKER ST,
NELSON,        -       n. c
THAT PAD
Of Writing Papor won 1 lust
long. You d bolter place in.
other "hurrjrup' .-dor wilh
THE MINF.
The
MUTUAL LIFE
of Canada
FORMERLY THE ONTARIO MUTUAL LIFE
ESTABLISHED   1870.
Holds in solid assets nearly- ���
Has business in force nearly-
��� $ 5,000,000
��� 30,000,000
Holds 4 per pent. Acutaries Reserve. Has tbe FUNDS ON HAND to put
every dollar its of business on a 3X per c.Dt. basis and Btill leave a handrail
surplus.
Has an Annual Income of Over $1,000,000.
Pays its Poliey Holders an averape of over |1,000 everv day in the year,
Has an Interest Income which much more than pcys all its death claims. Hold)
nsurilns i.vet nil liabilities on Government .Standard of over HALF A M1 LLI0.V
DOLLARS.
THE MUTUAL LIFE OF GAMM
Pays all its Profits to its Policy-Holders.
GIVES THE BEST RESULTS.
J. E. ANNABLE,
District Agent.
NELSON,
B. 0,
TADDY & CO.
ESTABLISHED 160 YEARS LOfldO-l,    Eng-
ORBIT      Brand and
PK.bliVll CIV. Navy Cut Tobaccos.
Aqcnts foh Cunad* i JAMES TURNER A CO.. Hamilton. Ont.
CROW  &   MORRIS,  Solo Agonts, Nolson, B. G.
I have now in stock a lino
of all classes of
LOOKING YOUR BEST.
Your photograph is your representative, and it should show you at your
best. We can pose you to the best
BdvuntaRe. A visit to our reception
room will convince you of the artistic
merit of our photographs.
QUEEN STUDIO,
Baker Street,
TWEEDS, WORSTEDS
and SERGES.
Special Line of Tweed Suitings at
E. SKINNER,
Successor to Fred J. Squire-
F.J. SQUIRE, MANAGER
LECTURES
Prof. W. G. Alexander
Of Fowler 4 Wells Co.
He�� York,
Who 1h now overywhuro nckuowl-
oelgod to bo not only lho able*!
phronologiHl in Amorlui, butrniool
the most popular upcakom e... (he
lonturo platform of today, will dc-
live? a sorfcei of lectures in tho
OPERA HOUSE
Every Night, Commk.voim)
Monday,   November 26tti.
Admission Froo Firnt NiKht.
OoMoction Taken.
Boys unaccompanied by I heir M-
rents ten cent-.. Crying bullion $..��
PUBLIC EXAMINATIONS
on tho Btagoof four or mere Jadu*
and Kcntlcmon delected by the audi-
onoo at tlio close of curb lecture.
Lectures begin at 8 p. in.
Private OOTWaltotfOD- dallf frM��
10 a.m.   Room 3, 11 iintr Hotel.

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